Kristoff as an established artist should let new artistes be

Kristoff is a well known Kenyan rapper. The Artist is said to be a relative to the rapper Collo who is famous as well. Many hits have gone down from this artist which has made him famous from the start.
He’s so talented on the microphone, the stage use and the lyrical flow as well.

READ ALSO: Kristoff keeps bashing on ‘Bash’

The artist is well known among his fans due to his lyrical hits. Among the major hit, ‘siwezi isha mimi si bundles,’ an origin of dandia kama mat song. In my opinion Kristoff is well know, he has established himself so well in that this minor collabos make him settle for less. Upcoming artists should as well be supported but too much of it will eventually cost him among his fans.

Kristoff an established artist should let new artistes be

Many upcoming fans are struggling to reach the top. Thus their songs can not be a real hit due to the learning the lyrical balance, instrumentation and more. Many artists will think collabos with well known artists make them sell but lets be realistic, if it boring it wont trend as well. This will eventually lead to burying a known legend, this has happened among many.

Kristoff an established artist should let new artistes be

Kristoff should thus focus on more hits either single or collabos with musicians of his calibre and less of upcoming artist. He’s a well loved rapper and it would be sad seeing a legend like him, being surpassed by the new upcoming artists.

Besides it all, this artist has perfect talent on rapping. This can be seen even on the latest collabo hit featuring Tracey and Yvonne and Dj Bash – #BASH. Thanks for reading, Lets like below and as well give Kristoff a word.

Kristoff keeps bashing on ‘Bash’

Kristoff Lets keep bashing on Bash. Bash is a slang which basically means a party. The  jam ‘bash’ is thus more of a party anthem, which brings out a party mood. The song features secular Kenyan stars indeed a bashing jam.

Bash introduces the artists,‘mamanzi wanataka niende bash-Kristoff.’ The flow continues ‘machali wanataka nifike bash Kush Tracey, mzungu na mkamba sezi clash, mluhya na makuku iyo ni bash. Which defines what a party means to different people.

Style used in Bash

Kristoff comes in style singing on how his mouth is full of chewing gum and gut. How people have fun in partys is a personal choice. He goes ahead, leta madrinks na magoro kama nableki wacha dem a doro kama hataki kupigwa wacha alale guest room na magodoro.

A bit naughty but what about a bash without fun. He sings a one without the fan mood can sleep on the guest room with the mattresses. Quite harsh!

Lets keep bashing with Kristoff on 'Bash'

Yvonne Darcq continues the lead, with the mood of vibing ‘kuchinjiana’. She goes ahead to sing the bashing mood got her the psych of getting company. Thus hoping Kristoff to be at the bash, she goes ahead ‘leo itakua ngori leo mimi naitwa Njeri nataka kula mluhya.’ She describes he beauty where she sings her milkshakes brings all the boys to the bash, and thus no games with trash.

Relevance of the song and Kush Tracey in it

Kush Tracey closes, ‘mara this hizi drinks tunaflash.’ This is more of taking shots for in the bash and not just an easy drinking party. She goes ahead to sing on how this time the ‘shash’ in party should just be passed, cause the hash tag of the bash is, ‘#Leokamenuka’. The ‘wig na matuta’ slang defines of how indeed the party is going to be lit, which indeed is going to be a sweating jamboree.

Lets keep bashing with Kristoff on 'Bash'

The song has been perfectly well done. The lyrical flow and the videography has been compatibly done suiting the message. The video was a good shoot as well, which brings out a clear bashing on the  scene. Thumbs up! Lets give reviews as well below.

Video below.