‘I have really had a good stay in Kenya,’ says Jamaican music legend Maxi Priest

Visiting reggae icon Maxi Priest who gave a thrilling performance last weekend has declared his undying love for Kenyan food and culture.

Like many visiting artistes Maxi has heaped praise on the warm Kenyan culture and Kenya’s delicacies Speaking at Kiza lounge where he held a meet and greet with his fans, he said,

“I have really had a good stay in Kenya and certainly will be visiting again. I had heard all the good vibes about this country and indeed seeing is believing. I will miss African food and the warm people. No doubt Kiza has also shown me how Nairobi’s nightlife is. I love this place”.

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Maxi Priest enjoying a meal at Kiza Lounge

The reggae icon who was accompanied by his wife and band members now adds to the number of visiting artistes to frequent Kiza lounge.

The uptown lounge now officially becomes the most visited club in the country by both local and international stars.

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Maxi Priest enjoying a photo moment with Sheila Kwamboka

Below are some of the photos of him during his performance at the Ngong Race Course Waterfront.

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He had expressed his gratitude to Kenyans for turning up for the event in the caption below

“JAMBO KENYA! Lord knows it’s times like this that we realize how BLESSED we are to do what we do! To the people of Kenya, we truly THANK YOU all for the LOVE, SUPPORT, VIBRATIONS and ENERGY that you bring to the music. Last night was SLAMMING! A night that will stay with us FOREVER! We had an AWESOME time and we look forward to coming back! We thank everyone who made this event possible e. BIG UP to the promoters, the staff, crew, security, and everyone that participated in making this night A SUCCESS. We send love and blessings to each and every one of you. BIG UP to @h_arttheband and @realkidum, sharing the stage with you was a JOY. BLESS up to my band and crew! Until we meet again, KEEP the faith and STAY BLESSED”

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Legendary Reggae artiste Maxi Priest treats Kenyans to some amazing reggae tunes at Ngong Race course, Water Front

Maxi priest is in Kenya and over the weekend he treated his fans to a music performance at the Ngong Race Course Water front.

Born Max Alfred Elliot in June 1961 Maxi Priest is an English reggae vocalists of Jamaican descent  known for his song Wild World,Easy To Love, Close To You, My Girl Dis among many others.

This past weekend he brought the roof down with his energetic performances which is something Kenyans were looking forward to.

 

Here are photos of how the event went down courtesy Douglas Okiddy

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Click on the link below for a glimpse of the performance

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