Otile Brown Taps Tanzania’s Shettah For New Song – Watch

He was one of the most consistent hit-makers of 2017 and he sure is hitting off 2018 with a bang.

‘Kistaarabu’  hit-maker Otile Brown has released a sizzling new song titled ‘Tamu Sana’ featuring Tanzania’s Bongo superstar Shettah.

‘Tamu Sana’ is a bongo meets afrobeat kind of song and if course, Brown has not disappointed. It is produced by Kenyan producer Magix Enga and Mastered by Yogo Beats.

The video was directed by South African acclaimed video director Justin Campos.

Watch it below:

Otile Brown Drops New Banger “Mapenzi Hisia” – Watch

 R&B star Otile Brown is on a roll!

The Mombasa-born artist has dropped yet another jam dubbed ‘Mapenzi Hisia.’

This love ballad comes months after a bitter fall-out with former record label Dreamland Music owned by Dr.Eddie and just a few days after he bashed pretentious Kenyan artists.

Watch the directed Antonio X video below:

Otile Brown Fires Shots At Pretentious Kenyan Artists

Mombasa-bred star Otile Brown has fired shots at Kenyan artists who act special but are broke.

Over a lengthy social media post, the “Acha Waseme” hitmaker laid out his frustrations about how Kenyan artists don’t support each other yet they complain that Kenyans don’t support local acts.

Read the post below and let us know whether or not you agree with him:

😂😂 Yani jamani kwenye hii game kuna WASANII wana MARINGOOO..and they’re broke as fuck .acting all special na hawana kakitu .. Mtabaki kuishi kwenye majumba ya kupanga na kuendesha magari madogo ya secondhand wakati Uganda/Tanzanian Wasanii wanaendesha Magari makubwa tena wanaishi kwenye Bangalore yao wakati Kenya ndio inchi yenye Uchumi mkubwa 😂😂 ..Always feeling like we’re asking so much from the Kenyan audience . Always complaining ” Ooh Kenyans don’t support their own ” but do we support each other as artists ? ” Ooh Kenyans don’t love their own ” but do we show love to one another as artists ? NONSENSE! 
And by the way Kenyans do love and support their own ,I have seen people win in this game ..And if we want them to support us more , we must set an example by supporting each other as artists .Trust me , the habit of kenyans not loving their own like other countries , is just a mind set that can be changed by us as artist and the media houses ..It won’t cost a thing to support your fellow artist..haitakupunguzia chochote , riziki yako ni yako tu ..and by the way i don’t mean we show love and support each other by doing collabos No! just help push each other’s projects and make the game vibrant again like it used to be in the 2000s
Hehehe My Friend! The moment you guys will realise that wen this game is not vibrant and has no several artists that are doing well even the So called ” International artist” in the game will be considered as local artists and they’ll always be offered peanuts for gigs coz they’ll always compare you na Wale wasee wa Naija ukija hapo na figure zako sijui 1.million 
😆😆 they rather add a million and call Yemy Alade ..kama kawaida ..So If every artist is for himself then just plz stop complaining coz Kenyans don’t give a fuck my friend , in fact the more you complain the more you look cheap..++ and always stop looking for reasons to hate on Naija artists

Just my piece of mind I aint trying to prove anything or bash anybody
Tungechangamsha game kwanza ndo muanze MARINGOOO yakishamba

Ufisi Galore! The New Timmy Tdat & Otile Brown Video

Timmy Tdat is back with yet another hit track titled “Wembe”, whose direct translation means ‘razor blade’.

Watch as this Nairobi based emcee features new comer Otile Brown in the Magic Enga produced single whose music video features antics that we know Timmy Tdat for including getting shirtless, dancing and of course lots of beautiful women. 

Timmy TDat Ft. Otile Brown - Wembe

Directed by Nezzoh Monts, here’s the new video.