club and radio-friendly fusion of african drum patterns, hip-hop,
reggae/dancehall and neo-soul/blues. Her live performance seamlessly weaves
together singing, rapping and drumming, embodying at once the consciousness of Lauryn Hill and flawless choreography, costuming and delivery à la Beyoncé.
She pours forth the bold, the riveting, the immersive; she is the storm you will
unreservedly be taken by. Muthoni’s music often finds itself musing on the state of Nairobi (and Africans at large) the human condition/ the human experience and the state of women. The underlying purpose of the works is to awaken the listener to their inherent
divinity, their purpose and ignite/heal their longing for freedom. In muthoni’s
words, “Freedom is the core of my existence and indeed of any work/platform I