by Muthoni Kimani
January 12, 2021
Wakadinali are setting things right early enough to avoid miscommunication soon as gigs start coming in!
The group that consists of Scar, Domani Munga, and Sewer Sydaa have for the most of 2020 dominated the airwaves with different records. Above everything else, the group proved without reasonable doubt that they are the kings when it comes to drill music, at least in Kenya if not across the East African region.
Wakadinali has been consistently releasing records for years and maintaining consistency and relevancy in the hip hop game, which can’t be taken for granted. As it so happens, 2020 was by far their best year.
In 2020 alone, Wakadinali dropped their highly anticipated and critically acclaimed studio album ‘Victims of Madness’, which was still one of the best projects released in 2020, across all genres. They also won in 2020 and not only as a collective outfit of the group but also individually.
Each member of the group grew their name to unfathomable heights in the entertainment and music industry. Sewer Sydaa, Scar, and Domani Munga are known thanks to their efforts in 2020 individually.
Understandably, the rap group has grown as a brand, and they thought it wise to revise their booking fees, which they did. That said they shared their new booking fees as a group and also as solo artists. For you to have Wakadinali come to your show/festival to perform for 60 minutes, you have to be ready to part with KShs. 225,000.
Wakadinali is also charging KShs. 75,000 for a 20-minute club performance and Kshs. 30,000 per hour as an appearance fee. To top it up to have Domani Munga, Scar Mkadinali, or Sewer Sydaa feature in your song, you best be ready to pay KShs. 50,000 for each of them or a collective fee of KShs. 150,000 for all of them.