Wyre down memory lane to Necessary Noize’s first album

Nazizi and Wyre in a past performance. PHOTO | FILE

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  • The posters detail the venue, time and date of two separate shows, one in Westlands and the other in Buruburu. The entrance fee was Sh100, an amount that can now barely take a person from Buruburu to the CBD and back by matatu at rush hour.

Dancehall star Wyre took his fans down memory lane with posters of Necessary Noize’s first album launch 15 years ago.

He was a member of the band. The posters detail the venue, time and date of two separate shows, one in Westlands and the other in Buruburu. The entrance fee was Sh100, an amount that can now barely take a person from Buruburu to the CBD and back by matatu at rush hour.

Wyre captioned the photos: “Wah! Proper TBT. Our first album launch as Necessary Noize. Fifteen years ago! Thank God we’re still at it…”

Music producer Tedd Josiah shared a memory on the comment section, writing: “I remember a fan fainting at this concert and Roger nearly burning himself as the curtains went up in smoke.”

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