Meet the most celebrated DJ’s in Kenya and their kids: Photos

DJ’s play a great role in entertaining us during giggs but most of us to do not take into consideration that some of them are parents who also need time to spend with their kids.

We look at some of the Kenyan spin masters and their kids

1. DJ Mo

Commonly known as Baba Ladasha, the gospel spin master is among Kenyan DJ’s who are parents. He is married to gospel artiste Size 8 reborn and they only have one child, Ladasha Wambui.


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2. Creme De la Creme

Dj creme is a proud father of two and his wife is expectant with their third child.


3. DJ Soxxy

The gospel spin master is a father of two adorable kids whom he considers ‘miracle babies’ given that his wife had to battle with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome which made it difficult for her to get pregnant.


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4. DJ Kalonje

Dj Kalonje is a house hold name. His mixes are loved by both the young and the old and he is a doting father to kids whom he refers to as his strength.

Kalonje with his kids

5. Pierra Makena

Pierra is among the top female spin masters in Kenya, having created herself in an industry majorly dominated by men. She is a mother to one.

Pierra Makena with her daughter

6. Dj Krowbar

Krowbar who is a gospel DJ is a proud father to two beautiful girls

Krowbar with his daughters

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Celebrated spin master DJ Crème de la Crème expecting his third child

Celebrated spin master DJ Crème de la Crème and his wife Denise Njuguna are expecting a third child after photos of his heavily pregnant wife emerged.

Denise’s baby bump was visible in recent photos taken when she was seen out in public in an unidentified place and we must agree she is looking beautiful with that beautiful baby bum.


Crème’s wife was photographed at an amusement park where she had taken her daughter and her baby bump was clearly visible in a  purple dress that she wore.

Creme has not commented about it but its all clear for all to see.

In an earlier photograph Creme had posted a photo of his wife and daughter at Carnivore and she appeared pregnant despite her baggy attire.

He captioned

“What Matters the Most… Family.. 😍 Blessed Sunday To Yall”


Here are Creme De La Creme’s kids;



One of his wife’s mantra is to train a child in Godly ways and it is obvious the couple is happy despite not having it smooth in their marriage.

“Train a Child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it. Proverbs 22:6 #myeverydayprayer
Don’t just teach your kids how to count, teach them What Counts Most!”


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Adorable photos of Kenyan DJs and their families

Being a successful DJ in Kenya has come to be one of the highest paying jobs in the country.

We boast quite a number of DJs, be it professional ones or amateurs who are on the come up.

But apart from being DJs ,they are also either someone’s brother, sister, dad, mom, son or daughter.

Here are some pics to show the other side of our most loved Djs.

1. Dj Mo

Popularly, quite the mix master DJ Mo won The Media Personality of The Year award.

He’s also a family man; a father and a husband to gospel singer Size 8.

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The two are quite the celebrity couple that we like to keep up with on social media with the hashtag ‘#TheMurayas’.

Dj Mo & Size 8’s daughter Ladasha is growing up so fast!


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2.Dj Creme de la Creme

The Dj and producer, has been one of the most popular and consistent DJ’s in the country since around 2006.

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He’s a proud father and devoted husband to his wife. All this is evident on social media how much he loves his family and dotes on his kids.

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DJ Creme Flaunts His Beautiful, Hippy Wife For The World To See [Photo]

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3.Dj Pierra

The former TV host is the top female Dj in Kenya, known for her versatility, is also a proud mother to a cute little girl named Ricca.

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It’s quite evident on her Instagram account how much she is dedicated to her little girl and they have the most endearing pics together.

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Dj Pierra Makena’s message on single motherhood

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4.Dj Hypnotiq

Another one of the top Djs here is also a father of one.

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5.Dj Soxxy

One of the most liked gospel Djs and in addition an entertainer.

Him and his wife Anne have two beautiful and jolly children. The lovely couple recently celebrated 7 years together.

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More of our best and finest include;Dj Joe Mfalme,Dj Kalonje, Dj Hassan, Dj Kris Darling and VJ Delph.

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I was skeptical about ‘Kufa Juu’ says Creme de la Creme

Kenya’s high flying entertainer DJ Creme de la Creme has finally decided to be a full producer.

The new club banger hit ‘Kufa Juu’ was produced by DJ Creme de la Creme and the song is already becoming the most played hit in Kenya.

We cannot deny as the song brings an old school, reggae dance-able type of vibe that reminds us of the one of the best era’s of Kenyan Music.

In an Interview with us, he talked about the song.

” It all started when I dropped my ‘kiddo’ in school and was heading to my studio at Valley Arcade when I missed listening to the old school kind of vibe. I started making beats when my friend Timeless came by the studio and heard the beat playing, he felt the beat and started rapping some words and Kufa Juu just flowed with the beat. The Kansoul were not even part of it until they had the beat and told me ‘tuko ndani’ Creme and that’s how it all began.

One thing Kenyans don’t know is that the talented DJ has been a producer for 4 years and he was part of the production on Victoria Kimani’s and Redsan song Live it Up.

When asked about how the Kenyan music industry was doing, he said,

“As a DJ I’m  humble to see how Kenyan music is changing, I’m grateful for bloggers, upcoming artist, radio presenters for bringing the music industry alive and supporting the industry. I want to play a key role in the music industry and one day look back and be proud of helping it grow. I believe in a few years to come, Kenyan music will be on another level.”
 Watch the Interview below.