Exray’s Album Will Sell Only For 10$ Equating To Ksh1000

by Helvine Achieng
February 22, 2021

Gengetone artist from the group Boondocks Gang Exray has announced his solo debut project 'Movement' Volume 1. The 21-record project has been teased through the artists' social media platforms and will call on big Kenyan acts such as Masauti, Mejja, Boutross, Trio Mio, Ethic, Mbogi Genje and his collective counterparts Odi Wa Muranga & Maddox.

The Taniua star has appealed to fans to get the pre-order on respective music markets for a fixed rate of $10which is only 1000 Kenya shillings.

The album's commercial value and the idea to opt for selling the album without an option to stream is an exciting proposition. The album is set to be published by Black Market Africa and Taniua Movement Inc.

Gengetones Boondocks Gangs Edu Maddox has also announced an EP slated for March 4th.

A few months ago, Ethic released their maiden album Badman Bado Odinare under Universal Records subsidiary AI Records. After one week of sale through their website, the album was released to the public for free after a lack of interest in consumers purchasing the album. Fans have been edgy about buying albums, mentioning financial difficulties during this covid 19 pandemic.