The event kicked off from 11pm with performances from one of the best girl group in Kenya 254 Linda, with their Swahili rendition of various songs like Penzi Tamu and Baby.
The duo Jivu was next in the lineup as they curtain raised Khaligraph. Timmy Blanco, the new kid on the block was made popular by doing a collabo with the king of rap himself, Khaligraph, gave an astounding performance.
Shukid, an up and coming hiphop artiste was next in line followed by C2K, with his energy on stage unforgettable.
Oksyde, popularly known for his collabo with Khaligraph Jones, was next in line followed by the rap duo Wakadinali.
Steph Kapela was last in line in curtain raising with his hit song Sauce.
The rap extraordinaire Khaligraph Jones got on stage at 1pm and was joined by Chris Kantai the legendary hiphop artiste in one of his performance.
Khaligraph gave a whole two hour performance, with his set being a mixture of live band and deejay. He was joined by his girlfriend Miss Cashy for the first time in performing Micasa Sucasa.
He also performed his new single with Rayvanny “Chali ya Ghetto” and the crowd went ballistic.
The host for the night was Miss Sheila Kwamboka, and a couple of celebrities were spotted in the crowd supporting the OG himself. Kagwe Mugai, Fena Gitu, Bon’eye of P-unit, Shaq the yungin, Martin Kimathi, Lenana Kariba, among others were present during the whole show.
This was made possible by Lightbulb Entertainment in conjuction with Khaligraph’s BluInk Label. We would like to thank Redbull and Belaire who supported the concert KhaliDay and keep on making Kenyan music great.