Rosa Ree, AY, Country Boy, Xtatic and Jay Rox team up with Weusi on ‘Wapoloo Remix’ (Video)

Tanzanian Hip Hop group Weusi, which is made up of; Joh Makini, Bonta, G Nako, Lord Eyes and Nikki Wa Pili, has dropped the remix of their Wapoloo mega hit and we are really feeling it.

The remix which features; AY, Jay Moe, Rosa Ree, Country Boy, Frida Amani, Jay Rox & Xtatic has been getting a lot of airplay on both radio and TV stations since it came out a few days ago.

If you thought the original version of Wapoloo was totally dope then you’ve not seen/heard anything yet because the remix is impeccable. I have listened to this a couple of times since it came out and I am yet to get bored with it.


One of the artists who had a tight verse on the remix is of course AY. Yo! This chap had a mad flow and you just want listen to him as he does his thing. Of course, I was not anything expecting anything less.

Notably, I was also impressed by Jay Rox who hails from Zambia. The first time I heard of him was when he featured The Kansoul in Distance and I’ve been a huge fan of his since then.

When it comes to the lasses, I think they all nailed it but if I had to choose two who carried the day, then I’ll settle on Frida Amani and Rosa Ree not for any other reason but because they both have a good flow.

I like the fact that the beat is subtle because it makes you follow the artists’ punchlines and rhymes. The producer did a good job.

Listen to Wapoloo Remix below and tell us what you think.

The Kansoul has teamed up with Zambia’s Jay Rox on ‘Distance’ and it’s a big tune (Video)

Jay Rox, an award-winning hip hop artist from Zambia  has a new jam with The Kansoul and it slaps really hard!

The song dubbed Distance is all about how far you can go i.e the distance, when you have faith in your mission and are determined to see it through.

Although it’s the first time I’ve listened to a song by Jay Rox I must say that I was really impressed by his dope bars, you just want to keep listening to him.

Interestingly, he was rapping in his native Zambian language for the most part but it didn’t matter because he was flowing with beat.

Ricky Bekko
Ricky Bekko

The trio of Mejja, Madtraxx and Kid Kora did not disappoint either. In my opinion though, the former outshone all the others but that’s just me.

In his verse he says, “Four four instance I’m the reason some of you are in existence I do damage and you hide like a fist pun, Nyongwa that’s a hook full of hiccups number one on the charts for like 3 months so much money like its sponsored by Adidas ooh pampers in the verbal diarrhoea I keep a distance, Nairobi to Zambia.”

The song was produced by Kenz Ville Marley and directed by Ricky Bekko of Big Dreams Entertainment.

Watch Distance below and tell us what you think.