Jamaican singer Alaine searching for ‘Wafula’ in Kakamega


Alaine searching for ‘Wafula’ in Kakamega PHOTO/INSTAGRAM
Alaine searching for ‘Wafula’ in Kakamega PHOTO/INSTAGRAM

Acclaimed Jamaican dancehall singer Alaine Laughton who arrived in Kenya on Friday, February 19, has camped in Kakamega shooting a video for her song Wafula.

Alaine was accompanied to the western region of the country by renowned comedian Daniel ‘Churchill’ Ndambuki whom he has featured in the song (Wafula).

Alaine with comedian Churchill PHOTO/INSTAGRAM
Alaine with comedian Churchill and crew PHOTO/INSTAGRAM

Alaine wrote on Instagram: “Spent the whole day (Saturday, February 20) in Kakamega with Churchill and the gang looking for Wafula!”

Alaine spent the whole Saturday in Kakamega shooting 'Wafula' video PHOTO/INSTAGRAM
Alaine spent the whole Saturday in Kakamega shooting ‘Wafula’ video PHOTO/INSTAGRAM

The video has been directed by celebrated Kenyan video producer Young Wallace.

Alaine and producer Young Wallace pose for a photo PHOTO/INSTAGRAM
Alaine and producer Young Wallace pose for a photo PHOTO/INSTAGRAM

Alaine is in the country to launch her new album set for February 27, the singer will perform at the Privee Lounge in Westlands – where she will host fans for an intimate listening party for her latest album.

The dancehall artiste will belt out songs from her latest album, Ten Of Hearts, some classic favourites as well as brand new music that she will be sharing, some for the very first time.

Her management said in a statement, “Alaine will also use the opportunity to showcase her video collaboration with Churchill on the song Wafula.”

The event is meant to be a meet-and-greet as well as a session to talk about all things music and business, with industry stakeholders.

 

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