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Sanaipei Tanda- Kenyan Musical Pulchritude

Natasha Sanaipei Tanda, popularly known as Sana, is a Kenyan singer, songwriter, actress, radio personality and an entertainer. Tasha dissipates her irresistible taglines to the world in the genres of R&B, Afropop, Zouk, and Neo- Taarab.

Early Life and Musical Beginning

Born on 22 March 1975, Tasha grew up in Nairobi in Kenya.

Musical Career

At age 19, Sanaipei joined the Coca-Cola Pop Stars (East African) Talent Search. She paused her Pharmacy studies at Kenya Medical Training School. She won the competition alongside two other Kenyan Contestants, , Kevin Waiharu and Pam Waithaka who later formed a trio “Sema” and won a record deal under the label Homeboyz records. Multiple songs were released by the group after joining the record label including “Leta Wimbo“, “Sakalakata“, and “Mwewe“. Sadly, the group tore to pieces due to unbearable frictions that were kindled in the group and the interference of external forces. Dissolution was the necessary evil.

Thereafter, she was trained to be a radio presenter by Hits Not Homework presenter Eve D’Souza. She was led to him by Capital FM Kenya Chris Birubi but later lost interest and moved to Kiss 100, where she overshadowed her predecessors. Thereafter she decided to relocate to a different radio station Easy FM in 2013, as Co-host of the drive show


  • Jali in 2021
  • Jako in 2020
  • Mdaka Mdakiwa in 2020
  • Kunitema in 2020
  • Amina in 2017
  • Simama Imara in 2017
  • Rasta Man in 2015
  • Anka Huu in 2015
  • Mfalme Wa Mapenzi in 2014
  • Geti Kali in 2013
  • I Wish in 2012
  • Mpango Wa in 2012


  • Kina“, she played the role of Nana Tandala
  • Aziza“, she played the role of Aziza
  • Varshita“, she played the role of Eva
  • Auntie Boss

Sanaa has showcased her creativity and phantasy in all oortunities granted hwr by various entertainment companies and businesses. She is an inerasable iconic feminine personality seeking to influence the world around her in the entertainment circle.

written by Ruth Ama Onumah


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