Artiste says her album 'Matriach' is all about being a woman in the 21st century.
Singer, songwriter and self-taught guitarist, Wanja Wohoro, on Wednesday night gave her fans a delightful performance at the Alliance Francaise Gardens in Nairobi.
The performance by the mellow eccentric artiste, with a rich background in music, came just two months after she released of her debut album titled Matriach.
"It's about being a woman in the 21st century and tales of life," Wohoro said about the album.
"Having used to perform to a lot of different places from bars to concerts, to even where guys are eating while enjoying the music here it's a different feel as the crowd is more engaging and full of energy," she said regarding her performance on Showcase Wednesday.
Wohoro's new album features her collabos with Tetu Shani, Nairobi Horns Project and Kato Change, who joined her on stage during the performance.
The album is also brings out the musical influences of the likes of Amy Winehouse, Lianne La Havas and Ella Fitzgerald on the artiste.