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Dagoz Bar
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Alchemist
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1824 Lounge and Bar
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Giraffe Manor
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Giraffe Center
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Nairobi National Park
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Mama Oliech
Nairobi

Labdi's Guide to Nairobi

Labdi is a rule-breaker and proud. In her music and in her tact, she continues to challenge the norm; Ladbi even plays the traditional Western Kenyan single-stringed fiddle, called the Orutu, which is widely considered a taboo for women to play. Her daringness and cheek is perhaps the perfect reflection of the cultural scene coming out of Nairobi today. Check out her favourite spots in her hometown, Nairobi, the city she describes as having a BPM of 170.

Labdi is a rule-breaker and proud. In her music and in her tact, she continues to challenge the norm; Ladbi even plays the traditional Western Kenyan single-stringed fiddle, called the Orutu, which is widely considered a taboo for women to play. Her daringness and cheek is perhaps the perfect reflection of the cultural scene coming out of Nairobi today. Check out her favourite spots in her hometown, Nairobi, the city she describes as having a BPM of 170.

Dagoz Bar

“Great music, great vibes”

Alchemist

“They have IPA beer, which is great”

1824 Lounge and Bar

“Drunkards everywhere!”

Giraffe Manor

“A little bougie, but you get to have breakfast with giraffes”

Giraffe Center

“Cheaper and you get to feed the giraffes”

Nairobi National Park

“Only national park within the city”