“Kenya has been very good to me,” reckons dancehall artiste Konshens. To honour the goodness in return, the singer returned last night with a star-studded live-stream concert on his Facebook and Instagram pages.
Dubbed ‘254 Quarantine Dancehall Fest’, the online concert for Kenyans all over the world seeks to raise donations and funds to help with the purchase of face masks and clean water tanks for Senye Medical Clinic located in Soweto East, Kibra Constituency.
“And donate to a very worthy Cause. To my other African families, we just getting started. We gonna figure this thing out together step by step,” the artiste, who elicited a debate online with a Kenyan made national I.D. card wrote on Twitter.
The ID identified the Gyal A Bubble deejay “Konshens Otieno” and that he was born in 1985 in Kisumu.
Konshens first performed in Kenya in 2011 and has performed on several occasions after. He teamed up with G Money to release a mixtape dubbed Africa in 2018 and last year was featured on a remix of Figa by Kenyan gengetone group Ethic Entertainment, solidifying his love and ties with the motherland nation of Kenya.