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Kenyan house music maestro EUGGY Unleashes “CHUKI” EP

Kenyan house music maestro EUGGY has unleashed his long-awaited EP, “CHUKI,” upon the global music landscape.

The EP, a fusion of electronic beats and East African sounds, promises a transcendent experience that defies musical boundaries.

EUGGY’s prowess in the world of house music has been evident in various records, but “CHUKI” stands as a milestone, showcasing his ability to blend the traditional with the contemporary, creating a sonic odyssey that spans the pan-African spectrum.

The lead single, featuring the mesmerizing vocals of Idd Aziz and the production finesse of South African-based Tekniq, sets the tone for the EP. This collaboration seamlessly marries EUGGY’s electronic flair with Aziz’s soulful vocals, delivering an infectious and soul-stirring track.

The EP kicks off with “Lamo,” a debut collaboration with Benga King Winyo. This afro house masterpiece harmonizes Winyo’s powerful Dholuo vocals with EUGGY’s expertly crafted percussions and basslines, resulting in a magical blend of East African sounds.

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Keeping the collaborative spirit alive, EUGGY joins forces with Tina Ardor and Johannesburg-based producer Mpho.Wav on “Samaria.” This track is an instant hit, featuring melodic synths and sonic sounds complemented by Tina’s vibrant vocals, creating an enchanting musical experience.

Adding another layer to the EP is “Dwana Dayz,” an instrumental piece that showcases EUGGY’s musical finesse. Collaborating with his brother SURAJ, EUGGY crosses borders to work with Congolese musician Mumba Yachi on “Kolwa,” a heartfelt tribute translated to “prayer to ancestors.” The track draws inspiration from Afro-indigenous rumba music and vintage East African records.

EUGGY’s EP transcends the realm of a mere collection of tracks; it is a sonic journey that celebrates the cultural richness of Africa while embracing contemporary influences that shape its evolving musical landscape.

With its diverse spectrum of dance music across the African continent, the EP is a must-listen for music enthusiasts worldwide.

It is now available on Spotify.