Hailing from the African nation of Nairobi Kenya, Meekie Humble and Huthead lives up to there name by being very humble and modest upcoming reggae stars. The name “Nairobi” comes from the Maasai phrase Enkare Nyirobi, which translates to “the place of cool waters” and that’s exactly what these guys are bringing to Reggae a refreshing “cool water” sound ready to take the Reggae world by storm.
Tell our readers a bit about yourself
Meekie Humble and Hut-head are both 24yrs old young youths who reside from kibera slums Nairobi Kenya, we are blessed to come from a humble background.
How would you describe your music?
Our music is conscious, poetic, uplifting vibes which highlights social issues affecting the youth worldwide and mostly promoting life and positiveness in the entire community.
How did you guys get started in music?
Meekie began his musical journey through poetry while Hut-Head nurtured his talent through music festivals, We knew we had potential so we teamed up and our musical journey began.
Tell us about your song on the “Kindah” collective
This song “Mama” is all about the loving mothers of the universe,how much they are a symbol of love promoting life abolishing abortion.
How did your environment growing up influence your music and style?
Since we grew up in an uplifting environment and free surroundings, it was a stepping stone to address the plight we were experiencing day-day eg,poverty,crime,so our music is conscious
What/Who inspires you?
Our livelyhood.. in day-day basis and mostly our talents and gifts.
What do you guys want to be remembered for? What will your legacy be?
God willing we see ourselves Role models to upcoming youths and a force to reckon with in anything you believe in life.