DJ Finalkut back on the radio after 2-year hiatus, Afro-Funk becomes his focus sound

If you have been wondering where DJ Finalkut disappeared to then a quick tune in to NRG Radio on a random Saturday night might solve your equation.


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Popularly known for his strictly-Kenyan hip hop mixes, DJ Finalkut is back on air after almost two years of silence.

The popular DJ was among several other employees who were poached by NRG Radio towards the end of 2017 as Kevin Mulei geared to join the radio space.

Finalkut now has a show dubbed Afro-Funk which airs on NRG every Saturday from 9 pm to midnight.


In general, Afro-funk comprises local sounds that have an urban setting. From Genge, local rap all the way to Kapuka.

Finalkut has been working as a producer for the new radio show for the two years he has been there.

Thought so…

Before his unexpected move, he hosted Hip hop Culture on HBR, a one-of-a-kind hip hop show that strictly focused on underground hip hop music.

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