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 Welcome to the home of MC Sharon aka Alshaverb aka Decibelle the Goddess of Sound. This is the 3 in 1 brand which houses the Kenyan interdisciplinary musical genius, author, cultural curator, contemporary painter and creative connoisseur that is originally Sharon Achieng Alai. She reemerges from the shadows after a long hiatus once again; reborn, rechristened, rejuvenated, robust and ready to splash her mark across the airwaves a couple more times. Fasten your seat belts and take a few deep breaths fam. You are in for one heaven of a ride.

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THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT (TLWAT)

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The Last Will and Testament (TLWAT) is MC Sharon's 6th studio project and it was released on January 15th 2022. The 21-track album is a culmination of the polymathic goddess's creative energies which were harnessed in isolation at the height of the COVID-19 contagion. It a potent yet soulful body of work which is not only timely but also mature,

The Last Will and Testament (TLWAT) is MC Sharon's 6th studio project and it was released on January 15th 2022. The 21-track album is a culmination of the polymathic goddess's creative energies which were harnessed in isolation at the height of the COVID-19 contagion. It a potent yet soulful body of work which is not only timely but also mature, honest, well thought out and also fun. TLWAT is catalyzed in part by the turmoil and uncertainty which had engulfed the world for the better part of 2020 and 2021. The other half is catalyzed by an urgent need to rebirth, experiment and soar beyond the obvious. The duty of an artist or rather a sound sage is to capture the times and this here offering does just that. From Burn Di Corona which was written at the onset of the lockdown, to Say My Name which was written three days after the brutal death of George Floyd, this album tackles hard conversations with the effortless grace that can only be borne of time in the game. The duality in this project is glaring and just like there are difficult conversations, there are also many other lighter moments in TLWAT. Wozaa is for the Africans or rather Alkebulanians who'll find their groove in a Fela Kuti inspired banger which makes the soul dance. Kwisha and Self Love are dedicated to the intricate emotions which accompany this thing we call love. Brother's Keeper is for brothers and Why the Caged Bird sings is dedicated to the freedom that comes with embracing one's calling. The title is inspired by the late great Maya Angelou. So is its mood as well as vocal Nubian nuances. Onge Wichkuot redifines MC Sharon's journey back to her ethnic Luo roots (as will be epitomized by her next offing Nyar Jakwath) and A Page A Day is dedicated to the book lovers. Simply put, TLWAT is a no skip album which is best enjoyed with a good sound system and a smooth drink; preferably as one reads Alkebulanian in Alkebulan. You have to try it to find out why. TLWAT is also the bridge where the old and new MC Sharon meet and there's really no telling where she is headed next. For now we're here though; with 21 gems which will take you through a emotionally and intellectually charged odyssey and leave you begging for more of this reincarnated sound sage.

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