Kenyan songstress Mumbi back to Kenya to release her debut EP “For The Culture”

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Kenyan songstress Mumbi.
USA-based Kenyan songstress, Mumbi, is back to Kenya and set to launch her debut EP “For The Culture” – 30th of April 2018 from East Africa, in a worldwide release.
Known for her diverse sound that blends afro-house, soul, R&B and hip hop, Mumbi is set for her biggest career move that has now birthed the 5– track EP featuring the singles: “Yours”, “Intro”, “Soweto”, “Good Enough” and “Too Much”.
Speaking to her Kenyan fans, Mumbi says: “At this point my fans and I are technically dating. My music is my diary. So if you love my music we’re pretty much together. Can’t wait to see you all!” Speaking on “For The Culture” EP and her return to Kenya, Mumbi says: “I chose to launch the EP in Kenya because everything begins at home. Kenya is my home and what better way to launch something than at home first. I wrote most of the songs on the EP at a time in my life where I had taken some time off to regroup,” hinting on her future plans: “I plan on moving back to home and definitely working on a new album from Kenya.”
Even before the EP was ready for release, Mumbi was concurrently working on her debut album, which is expected to be ready by September 2018.
While in Kenya, she intends to collaborate with top Kenyan acts including Khaligraph Jones, Steph Kapela, Xtatic and Camp Mulla. Her passion is to continue raising her profile and that of Kenya. She says, “As a brand, I will continue to represent Kenya on a bigger platform. I would like to introduce the world to all the amazing talent we have in Kenya because we are really underrated. I am happy to strongly represent of our beautiful country, musically speaking.”
About Mumbi.
Starting her music career at age 16, Mumbi’s music is a blend of Afro-house, soul, R&B and hip hop. She’s a global citizen whose indigenous Kenyan roots were nurtured in Botswana where she spent her childhood before relocating to the US. She has performed with Jazz Bands at various music festivals in Miami. Miami’s diverse culture coupled with international travel allowed her to resonate with various forms of art and a deep love for music.
 By Anyiko PR