by Muthoni Kimani
February 1, 2021
London born Ghanaian record producer 'Juls a.k.a. Juls Baby" is set to headline the first edition of the Muze Open Air experience on 6th February 2021 at the Ngong Racecourse.
The record producer whose real name is Julian Nicco-Annan has produced for some of the biggest acts globally. His history of collaborations includes Lauryn Hill, Burna Boy, Goldlink, Tyler the Creator, Masego, Mr Eazi, Kojey Radical ("Temperature Rising"), Maleek Berry and Nonso Amadi ("Early"), Eugy, Not3s, and Kojo Funds ("Bad").
His single, "Maayaa," arrived in July 2019 and was followed by his innovative tape "Colour". Most recently, he has released his latest project titled 'Soweto Blues."
His act features Busiswa and Jaz, a perfect combination of house and soul's soft sound with some vital elements of Amapiano. Juls will be the first international act to grace the Muze Open Air stage, which is also the first instalment of this experience.
Muze Open Air is a quintessential urban cultural event that has been specially curated to create a different outdoor atmosphere away from the usual concert experience. Muze Open Air will be a monthly event with different international acts drawn from various musical genres headlining the experience all year round. All who attend can expect a new twist on mixology, food and design too.
Additional highlights to this first edition of Muze Open Air are Kenyan artist and record producer Blinky Bill and leading DJs Hiribae, Vidza, Paps and DJ Jo Kisila.
Muze Open Air will be a socially distanced event and meet all Ministry of Health Covid-19 guidelines to provide a safe and healthy environment.