Month: March 2021


A dynamic diligent dude he is this one! Mike works hard, and smart, and hard. He runs multiple affairs that take him up and about the most beautiful, exquisite places in the country yet he still found time for us. What an honour it is to work with Mike. He is great with people, an extrovert who lives up to his true nature and exudes the very definition of entertainment. He plays Bare on Relic House TV’s new original comedy-drama The Extremities. A high on life right hand to Jim with a rogue, son of a gun-type personality. We get to know more about him soon on our exclusive behind-the-scenes engagement on YouTube. Sign Up free and never miss a thing! 😎


Kizenji and Muthama are timeless talents with great aptitude, style and vibes. They have participated on the show’s musical dance performances and have helped in choreographing the main dance routines on the show. They are agile, engaging, walk with their heads held high and are prepared to bust moves on call and when they do, they dance with style and swag enough for an entire city. And guess what! They are not only dancers but participate in a wide range of performing arts as actors, have an active practice in photography and content production. We have come to know and love them here at Relic House and Kibby a Freak, and we are honoured by their talents. Catch a glimpse of them on our behind the scenes; behind the music edition very soon on our YouTube page. Sign Up free and never miss a thing!


A fresh and new vibe is in the air. A cinematic showdown comprising an online streaming experience, a screening tour and mentorship movement. The much-awaited web series “The Extremities” gives us a dramatic and comical fantasy perspective into the world of limbs belonging to two friends, after the limbs take over their expressive and decisive power as a consequence of failed relations. The Extremities will be launching on 6th March and the team led by producers Maureen Koech and Kibby Kenneth will be paving the way for showcase. The production features top talents spanning led by artists Kibby Kenneth, Paul Ogali, Steve Homes, Mike Njeru, Nkatha Nkirote, Wanjiru Wachira and Maureen Koech, featuring young budding actor and model Imani Chumah and directed by Dantez Mwendwa; all Kenyan, also starring top international talents, Lord Frank from Nigeria and Ruschiene Deidrick from JamaicaKibby Kenneth is the musical brains behind the complimentary several track soundtrack album. “We have dedicated several months to ensure that we give our audiences a rich, cultural mixdown within a well put together motion picture and musical experience and extravaganza. Steve Homes, fellow long serving and accomplished singer/songwriter and producer lent his talents to the composition as well to tighten quality and rhythm. Mom3ntum gym in Westlands forms a part of their larger support system alongside Joy_To_Graphy, Brassed Crafts and Berrynice Magazine. “We wanted to create an experience that would be accessible for all hence the plan to include an online showcase experience, which means everyone will be able to exclusively stream online on starting early March as episodic and musical releases shall be posted every Friday within the following weeks for a fairly priced subscription package. We look forward to ushering you into the world of #talkinglimbs as we entertain you and tell our stories!


“Who is that!!?” A question severally asked by visitors and friends every time the character Archilles’ voice over plays at the Son of a Beat sound studio. His voice is sharply refined and elegant. Undoubtedly a crown jewel. A rare and piercing Baritone complete with mood, expression, passion, and command. A golden voice, that belongs to none other than voice Baron and actor, Lord Frank. He is a Lagos based creative with a wealth of experience in the Nigerian local as well as international voice and film industry and it’s an honor to have him play Archilles. A sleek foot belonging to a newly posted gym instructor in the freshest gym at the heart of Kenya’s capital, Nairobi. We shall say no more as the line between informing and spoiling in the realm of film is painfully thin. Sign Up free on and never miss a thing! 😎