Fena Gitu is a 25 year old singer, songwriter and producer from Nairobi, Kenya, best known for her singles Brikicho (with Electrique DJs and Jaaz),
In 2008, Fena Gitu won the “Fete de la Musique” singing competition at Alliance Francaise, marking the beginning of a colorful music career.
She started out as a back-up vocalist for Muthoni the Drummer Queen and Dela in 2009 before pursuing
a solo career in 2010.
She has since shared the stage with highly acclaimed musicians such as Kenyan multi-award winning SautiSol, Nameless, Wyre, Octopizzo, Muthonit the Drummer Queen among many others; South African HipHop heavyweight HHP, The Drumboss Heavy K, afro-beat kings Uhuru, and
multi-award winning Bucie; Nigeria’s Wizkid, Iceprince, Davido and Olamide.
Aand most recently performed in a heart-warming spectacle with the hailed Princess of African music Yvonne Chaka Chaka at the Koroga Festival.
She has also shared the stage with American Neo Soul sensation Vivian Green. With such an impressive performance C.V, Fena’s soulful yet electrifying performances qualify her as one of Kenya’s finest and most
unique acts in recent times.
Fena Gitu is best known for her singles Fenamenal Woman, Brikicho, Jabulani and African King off her
debut album Fenamenon released in May 2014.
She has collaborated with Kagwe Mungai, Karun, Electrique DJs, Wangechi, HHP, and Olamide to be released soon. Her recent success earned her a spot on the second season of the hottest music show in Africa “Coke Studio Africa”.
Fena’s effortless fusion of genres and lyrical wit create her signature Fenamenal sound, which she describes
as Urban Soul.