Many societies have always found entertainment craze with young people hugely disagreeable. Add music videos and the Kenyan societies, and that disagreement takes another higher notion in terms of morality, and what you would call scantily clad entertainment.
This week, we review some music videos that brought this country to a standstill.

P-unit, You Guy

Citizen TV Kenya and a couple other station banned the video. Citizen Kenya termed it ‘as a bit too much for a GE –rated TV.’ And true to its word, they never played the video for its viewers.

Blaqy, Show Me

Controversy was his choice of launching a career with an 18+ track dubbed ‘Show Me’. The track that seeks to worship women’s butt with them showing you what their good mamas blessed them with, raised eyebrows. But his ‘no content’ Money-maker caused a lot of tensions in the country.

Mustafa, Dodoma Singida

Booty-bouncing, skimpily dressing and bikinis in one mix do not add well in a Kenyan video. The society will murder you alive.

Art Attack, Same Love Remix

The 2016 gay anthem sparked a conversation in Kenya about the place of LGBT in Kenya’s reserved society. The track is a remix of Macklemore and Ryan Lewis’ 2012 gay rights anthem Same Love.

Noti Flow, Birthday Cake

The song has been dubbed as mediocre and whack despite an anticipation it built on social media with its teaser video. Popular website, Nairobi Wire adds, “I think I speak for a lot of Kenyans when I say that we really do not need Noti Flow in the music industry. She has a better shot at pornography.”