Genge rapper Frasha unveiled his new solo album, Dakitare at an intimate affair attended by music industry stakeholders and the media.
Frasha, whose real name is Francis Amisi, performed singles off his album backed by a live band at Louis Leakey Auditorium, Museum Hill.
“This album is my musical offering to fans as a solo act,” Frasha said, “Dakitare is a way of saying, I’m here to remedy all that ails the music industry.”
The P-Unit star was joined on stage by a number of artistes like clique-mate Bon Eye, Timmy Dat, King Kaka and Rap Damu among others.
Frasha also took a moment to pay tribute to the late Congolese Rhumba maestro Papa Wemba.
He performed Rail On saying: “Papa Wemba was a great African star who will truly be missed.”
The Dandia hit-maker also held a live auction of his album. To open up the bid, Bon Eye bought the first CD at KSh5, 000. This was followed by Big Ted and Mongolo also buying the album at the same amount.
Nacada Director and singer Jaguar bought the album at KSh10, 000; making him the highest bidder of the night.
Frasha will kick off activations across the country by hosting campus tours for the Dakitare album.