Hip-Hop artiste Nyashinski put his entire charm into his ‘Shincity’ tour in Eldoret where he rocked a sold-out crowd with a thrilling stage performance.
Nyashinski one of Kenya's most dynamic performers, roared through classic bangers to newer hits while commanding the stage as only he can at the Eldoret Sports club.
The soulful experience also saw Nyashinki’s rap group Kleptomaniax reunite to deliver an iconic concert.
Peep exclusive footage shared by Nyashinski from the show below:
Prior to the show, Nyashinski met Two-time Olympic gold medalist Eliud Kipchoge who gifted him special jogging boots.
He shared snaps from their meeting captioned;
"Humbled, is what I am. Truly, no human is limited. Eliud Kipchoge Keep Jogging!"
This comes amid rising questions on the influence of Kenyan artistes and the industry on Kenyans.
The conversations spur from an increasing international fan base among Kenyans with a preference for Nigerian artists who continue to perform in Kenya.
More backlash further stems from local singers who have resorted to clout-chasing theatrics as opposed to putting in the work for their projects.
A recent review by the self-proclaimed President of comedy Africa Eric Omondi questioned how much effort artists need to put to fill a stadium.
Omondi who continues to lean into his prolonged experience in the entertainment industry to position himself as their 'voice of reason' said he will still not recognize the recent Oktobafest which took place at the Ngong Racecourse, Nairobi between October 28 and 30 as organizers sold themselves short to woo revellers.
In his response to radio host Kamene Goro who asked him to at least recognize the three-day event terming it as remarkable, he said the organisers put in a lot of work for the turnout.
He claims Nigerian artistes would pull the same crowd even if the charges were high.
"It took over 30 Kenyan Artists and a Ksh500 bob gate charge to fill up a Kenyan gig and you want me to clap. You must be high on something my friends. It only takes a single Nigerian to fill up a concert with gate charges up to Ksh15,000 na bado wanajazaa," he wrote on Instagram.