Archive for April, 2014



The Village Hero is proud to present a brand new song titled “ALL THAT TALK” by the hottest upcoming rapper from Nakuru , Kenya: G’Zay featuring California based American rapper TDirty.
The song is the second single off his upcoming mixtape Different Strokes.

G’Zay (aka sugar ray) – is an upcoming rapper/singer song writer from Nakuru, Kenya. He is one quarter of the group “Wryterz Block” an upcoming group, know mostly for their songs “Dance”, “Rep my City”, “More than you”, “Press Play” and “Hakuna Matata” which received major airplay as well as a lot of positive feedback, airplay, and were also voted hits on Afro Central, and The jump off on homeboyz radio amongst other radio stations such as HOT 96 and One FM.
Daryl Kimani.-Stage Name: G’Zay aka Sugar Ray you can also follow him via social media on Twitter: @iamgzay

“ITURO” By Mani Martin

Posted: April 1, 2014 in The Juice

ITURO means Offering, this song is all about praising God for all he has done, and what he is doing in MANI Martin’s Life, as he sings in the chorus of the song: if it was not you, i couldn’t live, i couldn’t even sing………………….

STL (Stella Mwangi) #KOOLIO

Posted: April 1, 2014 in The Juice

Stella Mwangi commonly known by her stage name STL dropped a new single a couple of weeks ago known as Koolio in a scale of 1-10 “Koolio” for me was such a disappointment i have always known STL for her lyrical prowess catchy vibes and a beat to much her tempo. When it comes to Koolio i would give her a rating of 5/10 i guess we all need her to get back to making the hit singles we know her for the likes of “Stella Stella” and the likes other than that keep the music coming your still one of the best in the Kenyan music industry.

The Origine of April Fools Day

Posted: April 1, 2014 in The Juice

fools April fool’s Day which is sometimes called All Fools Day is considered to be one of the most-light hearted days of the year. The origin of the day is uncertain. Some see it as a celebration connected to the turn of the season while others believe that it stems its roots from the adoption of the new calendar.
Some ancient cultures including the Romans and the Hindus celebrated the New Years Day on April 1st this closely follows the vernal equinox (March 20th or 21st). During the medieval times much of Europe celebrated March 25th as the feast of Annunciation as the beginning of another year.
In 1582 Pope Gregory XIII declared a new calendar (the Gregorian calendar) that would replace the old Julian calendar. The new calendar called for New Years Day to be celebrated in January 1st. On that year France adopted the reformed calendar that shifted New Years Day to January 1st from the old calendar that celebrated New Years Day on April 1st. According to popular explanations many people either refused to accept the new date or did not learn about it and thus continued to celebrate New Year’s Day on April 1st hence, people began to make fun of these traditionalists sending them on fool’s errands or trying to trick them into believing something false. Eventually the practice began to spread throughout Europe