No permanent enemies? Ringtone runs to Willy Paul’s defense in new music copyright battle with producer iLogos

After years of facing off in a crude war of words, Ringtone has finally proven his loyalty to fellow controversial artist, Willy Paul.

The Prakata singer has been engaged in a long battle over alleged copyright claims of his new track Collabo that was pulled down by popular Burundian producer iLogos music barely hours after it premiered.

Also read: Willy Paul and music producer Ilogos’ beef escalates, now takes the legal route

A battle whose end neither the two could see, but recent developments might have confirmed a possible end between the embattled parties.

Ringtone runs to Pozzes defense

In a new post by Pozze, Ringtone confidently defends the artists rights, instead calling out the Burundian for his audacity to come into foreign land and take over patriotic citizens’ rights in this manner.

Ilogos music producer in legal battle with Willy Paul

Further expressing extreme disappointment with Kenyans for failing to protect their own in a battle they clearly can tell has been overrated.

“I don’t like Willy Paul’s silliness but in terms of being patriotic, he is a Kenyan like me, tunakula tabu sisi wote,” Ringtone addressed.

Alex Apoko alias Ringtone

Willy Paul finally speaks

The Collabo singer has for the first time spoken of the incident.

According to Pozze, the music producer failed to turn up at Central Police Station yesterday, as had been expected, now implicating him as the fugitive.

willy paul
Controversial artist Willy Paul

In his address to fans, an troubled Willy Paul called out the producer for his actions, daring him;

“Kama wewe ni mwanume na unaona uko na balls nne, itoe tena ndio nitakuonyesha..”

Additionally announced that his jam Collabo will be going back up on YouTube tonight but with a different track.

Fans on the comment section were impressed by the musicians determination and unending fight for his works.

Willy Paul and music producer Ilogos’ beef escalates, now takes the legal route

Let’s wait and see how this turns out.

Drama! Krg The Don exposed after stealing Kelechi Africana’s song (Video)

You’ve probably listened to Krg The Don’s new jam with Arrow Bwoy dubbed Giddem. It’s really dope. Personally, I have had it on replay since it was released.

Also read: Krg The Don is proof that money can’t buy talent

However, what some of you may not know is that there’s some controversy surrounding the song or at least the beat which was made by the very talented iLogos.


A few hours ago, Kelechi Africana, who is arguably one of the best vocalists in the country, revealed that the beat was initially his and was surprised when he realized that Krg had used it on his latest project Giddem.

The Ring hitmaker then decided to confront iLogos. In a screen recording that was posted on his Instagram page, the former can be seen asking the producer why he gave out his beat without telling him.

Apparently, Kelechi Africana’s former manager had taken him to ILogos’ studio and promised to pay when the song was completed but he failed to honour his word.

Kelechi Africana links up with Kristoff on 'I Got You'
Kelechi Africana

When he failed to honor his word, the producer sold the beat to another person which turned out to be Krg The Don and that is how Giddem came to be.

Surprisingly or unsurprisingly, Ilogos has been found himself in a similar situation before. A few months ago, he was embroiled in a war of words with Naiboi after he sold a beat that he had made for him to Arrow Bwoy.

He claimed that the 2 In 1 hitmaker had refused to pay him for 10 songs that he had done for him and when he saw that there was no light at the end of the tunnel, he used the beat to make Arrow Bwoy’s toto.

Watch the video below.


Willy Paul pours his heart out in ‘Magnetic’ (Video)

Willy Paul is back! The former gospel singer has released a new song titled Magnetic and it has been getting so much airplay since it came out a few hours ago.

Also read: Willy Paul should do everyone a favour and quit gospel music

In this jam Willy Paul opens up about his affection towards a certain lass. He says that he wants to make her his wife because their love is driving him crazy.

Willy Paul

This song is not that bad. The Chuchuma hitmaker is still trying to establish himself as a secular artist so we have to cut him some slack.

That said, Willy Paul has an amazing voice. This guy can really sing and perhaps that explains why people still listen to him even after switching sides.

He has the kind of voice that sweeps ladies, and some men over their feet and to add to that, he sings with a Coastal accent, that is what sets him apart.

Willy Paul

However, I must say that the lyrics for Magnetic fell short of my expectations. They are so basic and it actually made me wonder this is the same Willy Paul who is known to be a good songwriter.

I don’t know about you but the rhymes sound so basic, you can almost predict what he is going to say next. To make matters worse, there is a lot of repetition take for instance the chorus. It’s really tiring.

The beat and instrumentation by Ilogos Music is on point. Other than the fact that they are catchy, they also blend so well with Pozee’s smooth vocals.

I totally love the video for this jam. Although the concept is simple, I really love the execution. It goes without saying that the vixen is sexy AF and apparently she is the gospel singer’s wife.

Watch Magnetic below and tell us what you think.

Fena Gitu unleashes new track dubbed ‘Karibia’ (Video)

The phenomenal woman Fena Gitu, who is without a slight doubt one of the illest rappers that we have in Kenya, has released a new track and it’s a big tune.

Also read: Kenyans don’t deserve Fena Gitu, we really don’t

The song dubbed Karibia, which is a Swahili word that means ‘come closer’, has been ruling the airwaves since it was came out a few hours ago and to be honest, we are also feeling it.

Fena Gitu

I honestly do not know what to make of this track which is the 1oth single off Fena Gitu’s Unleashed album because it is different from her previous releases.

Also read: Kenyan female musicians should put in more work in 2020

Part of me feels that it lacks the zeal that we have come to know the 29-year-old musician for while at the same time I feel it will grow in me with time.

You see, we are not used to Fena Gitu making such slow songs that seem like love ballads but I have to commend her for trying out a different sound.

Fena Gitu

That said the lyricism on this jam is on point. The other thing that I really love about Fena Gitu, other than her lovely voice of course, is how she expresses herself in her music.

The beat and instrumentation by Ilogos Music are so impeccable. Although I am not sure that this is the kind of jams that one can dance to, after listening to Karibia I know you’ll agree me that it’s catchy.

I absolutely love the video for this jam. It’s such a masterpiece if you ask me. Everything is on point, from the styling, the scene transitioning and general execution. Enos Olik outdid himself on this one.

Watch Karibia below and tell us what you think.

‘Masharti’ by Vivian is finally out and it’s amazing (Video)

Talented singer Vivian Wambui, popularly know as Vivian, has finally released a new song after being quiet for many months and believe you me, it was worth the wait.

Also read: Why it’s tough being a female musician in Kenya

The jam dubbed Masharti, which is a Swahili word that means conditions, talks about loving someone without them dictating how you should do it i.e. with no conditions. Does that make any sense? I hope it does.

The Chingi Changa hitmaker really outdid herself on this track. It sounds pleasant to the ears and if you are a big fan of Vivian like myself, I’m sure your hand will be stuck on the replay button.


Vivian has an amazing voice. To add to that, she varies it from time to time. If you ask me, she is without a doubt one of the most powerful female vocalists in Kenya at the moment.

The other thing that I love about this beautiful lass is that she sings from the heart i.e  it’s natural so the listener finds it easy to connect with her. It almost feels like she is addressing you directly.

Masharti is well arranged. This jam just flows. However, the most amazing thing about it is its simplicity. Trust me, I was able to master the whole of it after listening to it only twice.


Ilogos Music came through with an dope beat. As much as I’m a big fan of Vivian, I had a difficult time deciding what I love more between the beat and her singing.

Although the video isn’t that bad, I felt they should have done more because some scenes are so dull. That aside, I am sure you’ll agree with me that the coloration and scene transitioning were on point.

Watch Masharti below and tell us what you think. Enjoy!

Gwaash has teamed up with Frasha and Lyrical Picasso on ‘Short & Brief’ and it’s amazing (Video)

Celebrated Kenyan singer Martin Wagura, better known as Fatboy Gwaash or Gwaash, has dropped a new song with Frasha and Lyrical Picasso and we are really feeling it.

Also read: Gwaash is exactly what Kenyan music industry needs

The song titled Short & Brief, which is an obvious corruption of Sauti Sol’s mega hit Short & Sweet, has been getting good reviews since it was released a few days ago.


The song begins with Lyrical Picasso and as you listen to it, you understand why he was given the first verse. This lad is really dope, his rhymes and general flow is really impressive.

Although it was my first time listening to him, I wasn’t disappointed. Actually, I gave him more respect when I learnt that he is from South Sudan.

As expected, Fatboy Gwaash also nailed it. Apart from his unique voice, his flow is so good that you would think that he wrote the lyrics while asleep. I don’t know if this makes sense, it sounded okay in my head.

Frasha, who has always been my favourite P-Unit member also delivered in this song. He also has a unique voice and a flow that’s worth writing home about.


The beat was produced by DJ Creme and mastered by Ilogos Music and that can only mean that it’s really good and if you are not careful you will find yourself busting moves as soon as you hit the play button. You’ve been warned.

The video concept was good. Although it lacks a wow factor since it is almost similar with many of the videos that we seen lately, we have to give it to VJ One for the quality.

Watch Short & Brief below and tell us what you think.

King Kaka has dropped a sizzling hot collabo with Odi Wa Murang’a titled ‘Nataka’ (Video)

Award-winning Kenyan rapper and singer Kennedy Ombima, better known as King Kaka, has released a new collabo with Odi Wa Murang’a who is one third of Rieng hitmakers Boondocks Gang and we really love it.

The song dubbed Nataka, which is a Swahili word that means I want, has been receiving massive airplay on local TV and radio stations since it was released a few days ago.

Odi Wa Murang'a
Odi Wa Murang’a

The was a time when I that it was wrong for new-age artists to collabo with their peers who have been in the game for long and I have to admit that I was wrong because this jam slaps so hard.

Who would have thought King Kaka and Odi Wa Murang’a would one day drop a collabo and that it would sound this nice? I bet no one did.

Nataka is party anthem. It talks about people who refuse to leave the club until they black out and have to be carried home.

There are many reasons why I love this song, the fist is because the lyricism by King Kaka and Odi Wa Murang’a is so dope and you just want to keep listening to it.

King Kaka
King Kaka

The second reason is beat. You see, it is not everyday that we hear a reggae beat on such a club banger and it actually sounds so nice. Props to the producer who is none other than Ilogos Music.

The video was also on point. Trey Juelz did a good job in bringing what they were singing about i.e the party scene to life.

Watch Nataka below and tell us what you think.

Femi One has teamed up with Boondocks Gang, Mbithi and DJ Lyta on ‘Nyoko Nyoko’ and it’s too lit (Video)

Kenya femcee Femi One is back with a new song almost two months after she released Moto and we are really feeling it ladies and gentlemen.

Also read: Fena Gitu Vs Wangechi Vs Femi One: Who is the best female rapper?

The song titled Nyoko Nyoko is a collabo with Odi Wa Muranga and Ex Ray, who are both from Boondocks Gang, as well as Mbithi The Kamba Boy and DJ Lyta.

I don’t really know what nyoko nyoko means but it’s provocative. Anyway, I’m kidding, it means mother but its often used as an abuse. In this this song, it’s more of the latter.

Femi One
Femi One

But we really don’t care because this is a party anthem. If you are looking for content, then I would advice you to look elsewhere.

I love this jam not for any other reason but because the delivery by all the artists i.e. Femi One, Odi Wa Murang’a, Ex Ray and Mbithi The Kamba Boy was really on point. They really had some dope verses.

However, if I had to choose one then I’d go for Femi One, as you would  easily expect, followed by Odi Wa Murang’a, they are the business.

Of course, Ex Ray’s verse also stands out because of his rhymes, that will definitely make you scratch your head, and unique voice, so does Mbithi The Kamba Boy’s verse.

Ex Ray and Odi Wa Murang'a
Ex Ray and Odi Wa Murang’a

The beat fir this jam was produced by the one and only Ilogos Music and I really love it. However, I feel some people will say it’s too slow because it’s not like most of the Gengetone beats that we’ve gotten used to.

The only thing that didn’t really amaze me is the video, I felt like it was too cliche. Most Gengetone songs are shot on the streets. That notwithstanding, Johnson Kyallo did a good job, especially during the editing.

Watch Nyoko Nyoko below and tell us what you think.

Fena Gitu’s new jam dubbed ‘Zing Zong’ is absolutely amazing (Video)

Rapper-cum-singer Fena Gitu is back with a new song almost three months after she released Kaende and it’s totally out of this world.

Also read: Kenyans don’t deserve Fena Gitu, we really don’t

The song titled Zing Zong, which is off her upcoming debut album Unleashed, will make you hit the replay button a couple of times because it’s too lit ladies and gentlemen.

If you have ever doubted Fena Gitu’s musical prowess, you should definitely check out this jam because it affirms her versatility.

Perhaps, she’s one of the most flexible female artists of our time judging by how she can easily switch from singing to rapping and vice versa.

Fena Gitu
Fena Gitu

I really love this jam. Apart from the fact that Fena Gitu’s vocals are great, the Afro reggae vibe will leave you asking for more.

Although the video, which was directed by Mike Lolly P, was very simple. I think it still came out well since you don’t expect Fena Gitu to have some vixens twerking in her video, or do you? Put simply, the concept is subtle but dope.

To add to that, I really loved the styling in this video. Millennial like yours truly would say, “Too much drip.” Props to the one and only Brian Babu. He really did a good job.

The beat, which was produced by Ilogos Music, was also on point. As you listen to the song, you won’t resist the urge to nod your head, bust a move or both. Trust me.

Watch Zing Zong below and tell us what you think.

Arrow Bwoy’s latest release dubbed ‘Mama’ is totally worth your time (Audio)

Kenyan singer Ali Yusuf, who is popularly known as Arrow Bwoy and known for his Digi Digi mega hit, has released a new joint and we are really feeling it.

Also read: Arrow Bwoy needs to be very careful

The new jam titled Mama is a special dedication all mothers who have nurtured and shown care for their children until they were all grown up.

In the song, Arrow Bwoy promises to buy a house and a car for his mum as a sign of gratitude for all that he has done for him.

Mama, which is off his recently released album titled Hatua, is a fusion of dancehall and Swahili RnB.

Arrow Bwoy
Arrow Bwoy

The result is an amazing club banger that will force you to hit the to replay button a couple of times.

As I listened to the song, I could not help but appreciate Arrow Bwoy’s ingenuity. He is really talented.

Let’s be honest, there are so many songs out there that are dedicated to mothers but very few provoke emotions. As such, we should hail Arrow Bwoy.

I don’t really know how the 26-year-old musician does it but he has a special talent of infusing Ragga with Kenyan Bongo and the outcome is totally dope.

The beat for this jam is also on point. As I was listening to it for the very first time, I could visualize people turning up to it in a club. Props to Ilogos Music.

Listen to Mama below and tell us what you think.

Big Pin’s new jam dubbed ‘Mama’ is totally amazing (Video)

Kenyan musician Chrispin Mwangale, who is popularly known as Big Pin, has released a new jam that we absolutely love.

The song titled Mama is dedication to his mother who he says has played a big part in making him the person that he is today.

In the song, Big Pin says he is proud to be her son and reminisces how his mother raised him and taught him how to love the church. He also thanks her for her kindness, generosity, pain and patience.

This song is a beautiful composition just like all the other many songs which are dedicated to mothers. As you listen to it, you also feel grateful for the things that your has done since the day that you were born.

Big Pin
Big Pin

The hook for this song is very simple and easy to memorize. It goes like, “I love you mama I love you mama I love you mama mimi nakupenda sana.”

The other thing that struck me about this song, apart from the beautiful background vocalists that is, is the Afro-beat that was playing in the background. It really blends well with the song and will make you replay it a couple of times.

The song was produced by Ilogos while the lyric video was done by Director O and in my opinion they both really did a great job.

Listen to Mama below and tell us what you think.