Hottest female artists in Kenya

To be able to combine your work, pressure from your fans, and your private life all as you keep yourself healthy and good looking is a skill that is most certainly not taught in schools.

To be able to look good, contrary to popular belief, is actually a trait that needs recognition.

Here are some of our celebrities who have remained stunning over the years and are aging like fine wine.

Vera Sidika

Vera Sidika Mung’asia, born on September 30, 1989, is a television and social media personality, and entrepreneur. When P-song Unit’s “You Guy” was released in 2012, Sidika, who was born and raised in Mombasa, became a household name.

Among African and East African video vixens, she has been ranked as one of the greatest. Because of her luxurious lifestyle and outlandish outlook on life, she is regarded as one of Kenya’s most polarizing women.

Joyce Omondi

A number of gospel duets and songs were recorded by this phenomenal artiste upon her homecoming to Kenya, including Conqueror and Kweli, which means “truly” in Swahili. A tribute to her dad, who was injured but survived the 1998 attack of the American Embassy in Nairobi, Kenya, Kweli is one of her very well-known songs.

In addition to her work as a musician, Joyce is the co-host of Kenya’s renowned Rauka Gospel Singing show on Citizen TV. At Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., she completed a master’s degree in International Development in 2013. This year, she was honored with the Groove Award for Best Video of 2013.

Lupita Nyong’o

Lupita Nyong'o smiling

In the short film East River, Lupita Nyong’o made her acting debut and went on to participate in the Kenyan tv show Shuga (2009–2012). She helped in writing, producing, and directing In My Genes, further, she worked on the film in 2009. After graduating from Yale University’s School of Drama, Lupita went on to get a master’s degree in acting.

As a motion picture actress, she went on to portray Maz Kanata in the Star Wars sequel trilogy and Raksha in The Jungle Book. After starring in Us and Black Panther, Lupita Nyong’o’s career took off. She gained worldwide recognition for her performance in 12 years a slave which earned her the coveted Oscar Award.

Natalie Tewa

In addition to being a YouTuber, Natalie Tewa is also a content creator and a brand ambassador. For her secondary education, she attended Precious Blood High School and Brookhouse International. She continued her education at the University of Leeds in the United Kingdom, where she studied architectural engineering.

In 2015, Tewa began her YouTube career. As a construction project manager, she worked for almost two and a half years before starting her own company full time. More than fifty thousand people follow her on YouTube, and her channel has had more than 2 million views. Her YouTube channel generates between Ksh 10000 and 70000 each month, without promotions or Instagram.

Foi Wambui

Foi Wambui is well-known among Kenyan YouTubers for his entertaining videos. Instead of pursuing a legal degree, she decided to go into theater and journalism instead. As one of the most beautiful female individuals in Kenya, she devotes a lot of time to maintaining her stunning appearance. She has starred in the films Sincerely Daisy and Love in a Pandemic.

Maureen Koech

Maureen Koech is an actress, songwriter, and vocalist who was born on May 21, 1989. She became well-known for her role in KTN’s Lies that Bind.

Maureen began her acting career on stage at the Alliance Française. The Kalasha film and television awards recognized her in 2012 for her role in Lies That Bind, a Kenyan television drama that won the prize for best television series.

After beginning her studies at Strathmore University in 2009, she joined the Strathmore Theatre School (DRAMSCO), where she participated in theater activities. It was in the 2010 collegiate tv show Changing Times that she made her acting debut, as Shiks.

Vanessa Chettle

When you want to have a good time, contact Vanessa Chettle, a self-described crazy girl. She’s always there for you. In her position as party queen, she’s at her happiest. Her very being is a symbol of social prominence, and she’s making a killing!

Vanessa Cheruto was born on October 29, 1994, and changed her name to Vanessa Chettle. Eldoret, Kenya is where the party-loving 23-year-old was born and nurtured, although she later moved to the capital, Nairobi. Graffins College, where she studied business administration with an emphasis on financial management, was her first choice.

Singer and socialite Vanessa has got it all. “I Hate” and “Don’t Know” are two of her most popular tracks. Real-life situations and subjects that people can identify with are the subject matter of her songs. In the entertainment industry, the glamour model and special occasion lady has carved out a place for herself, and she’s loving it.