Poetry lovers treated to spoken word fiesta at One Mic

Art makes us find ourselves and lose ourselves as well, said the founder

In Summary

• The event involved amazing skits from upcoming and featured artistes.

Mc.gogo_ and Nick O'sam performs
Mc.gogo_ and Nick O'sam performs
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One Mic, Kenya’s number–one ranked spoken word event, on Sunday celebrated its second anniversary at Chester House in CBD, Nairobi.

The youthful occasion featured amazing skits from upcoming and featured artistes. Michael Stanley the poet wowed with a thrilling love poem.

Poet Andrew, the founder of One Mic, said, “Art makes us find ourselves and lose ourselves as well, the reason as to why we non-selectively give an opportunity and a free platform to all artistes especially upcoming ones, to perform, learn, discover and exploit their talents.”

Poet Rachel Akinyi on stage
Poet Rachel Akinyi on stage
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Hype Master Antony Njenga
Hype Master Antony Njenga
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Michael Stanley
Michael Stanley
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Swinton Rono and Shirley Rasann having a good time
Swinton Rono and Shirley Rasann having a good time
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Rapper Eugene Oyugi performs
Rapper Eugene Oyugi performs
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Ujamo_vibration crew, Mutuma Kinoti, Sly Kelly and Nick Divano
Ujamo_vibration crew, Mutuma Kinoti, Sly Kelly and Nick Divano
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Vocalist Nick Agesa
Vocalist Nick Agesa
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Mc.gogo_ and Gas Gwiji
Mc.gogo_ and Gas Gwiji
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