Capital FM (Nairobi)

14 April 2014

Kenya: Freshlyground Delights Nairobi Fans At the Koroga Festival

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Freshlyground band.

Freshlyground delighted fans in Nairobi, Kenya as the city played host to the inaugural The Koroga Festival. The bi-monthly music and arts event was also a homecoming for Kenyan soul artists Dela and Neema.

Music lovers packed the intimate and lush Arboretum Gardens, which was transformed into a Sunday afternoon of food, fashion and music.

During their energetic set, Afro-fusion band Freshlyground played popular favourites like "Pot Belly," "Ma'Cheri," and "Fire Is Low." The already dancing sell-out crowd went into a frenzy when the group played their 2004 hit single "Doo Bee Doo."

"Nairobi you guys are great! We're going to take a picture of you for our Facebook!" Zolani Mahola, lead vocalist of Freshlyground shouted.

Freshlyground ended their amazing 90-minute set with a photo of their Nairobi fans rushing towards the stage.

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