“BIG UP” BY KING KAKA AND PASCAL TOKODI IS A CONTINUITY OF “KUMBUKA” BY KATALANG’ & JEPHYM
Anyone who has listened to the amazing song Big Up done by flawless King Kaka and magic voice Pascal
Tokodi will agree with me that “Kumbuka” by Lang’ Katalang’ and Jephym plays a big role.
The two groups may not have had a chance to work on their jams under one umbrella but as coincidence puts it , they seem to be compliments of each other.
As Kumbuka speaks about the need to remember and appreciate those who were there when you needed
them most, Big Up on the other hand mentions those particular heroes as Pascal Tokodi and King Kaka says thank you to those who helped them rise .
As “Big Up” enjoys immense rotation and support from fans across the country , “Kumbuka” tends to take a slow pierce into the mainstream after approval from a section of Kenyans who feel the song should be given some justice.
Kumbuka which has been highly hyped by gossip tea master and King of expoze Edgar Obare is equally doing well especially given the captivating sad story of young Jephym who grew up under the most terrifying environment , having been born and raised in Kitui.