One of Jamaica’s biggest songbirds seems to be in love with our country from our culture, to our music, to our men. During her visits here she has had interviews where she has expressed how much she is in awe of Kenya. She even recorded a song called “Wafula” and another featuring on of Kenya’s popular gospel artiste’s Willy Paul, called “I do”.
Demi came to Kenya last year because of the participation in the WE Movement. This is a charity movement in which she has taken part in for a while now. They promote the sale of the Rafiki bracelet made my women from Maasai Mara in order to raise money to put girls in Kenya through school.
Kenya seems to have become the go to place for so many international artists of late. Richie Spice, Etana, Mary Mary, Damain Marley and even Omarion were here staging their performances here. Rumour has it that Jason Derulo is next. Omarion put up a good show and even rockedour very own Maasai Bracelet during his performance.
The YouTube star, Lili Singh, better known as Superwoman also came to Kenya last year for the WE Movement where she got to interact with the women who make the bracelets, their culture and the children who benefit from the movement. She even shared her experience with her followers on her vlog. https://youtu.be/nKG7GJHszKc
The pop star, Alicia Keys has been known to use the power of music for the purpose of changing live and in 2006, Alicia Keys visited Kenya because of the Keep A Child Alive movement which is dedicated to fight the effects of HIV/AIDS.