Boondocks Gang is the future of Kenyan music

I’m always awed by Boondocks Gang, the group that treated us to Rieng, because they are so creative. You agree, don’t you?

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The group that is composed of; Odi Wa Murang’a (Kid Furnace), Edu Maddox and Ex Ray is without the future of Kenyan music, if they tone down their vulgarity.

Within a very short time, Boondocks Gang, has moved from an unknown group to one of the most most popular groups in the country.

Just like other new-age artists, they are really aggressive. They are fighting for a space in a very competitive industry an as such they’ve had to set themselves apart.

Boondocks Gang
Boondocks Gang

Apart from releasing a number of solo projects since 2019 begun, the group has also sought collabos with some of the leading artists in the country.

Some of the people they have worked with this year are; Willis Raburu, Kristoff, KRG The Don, DJ Lyta, Gwaash, Rankaddah, VDJ Jones, just to name a few.

These collabos have played a big part in expanding their fan base and as a result, their name has really grown. I just hope  that thy will keep the momentum.

Listen to their latest collabo with Krg The Don dubbed Mathogothanio below.

Rieng’ hitmakers Boondocks Gang have dropped another jam ‘Mboko Haram’ and it’s too lit (Video)

Boondocks Gang, the super-talented group that is made up of Ex Ray, Kid Furnace (Odi Wa Murang’a) and Edu Maddox, is back with another massive hit and we can’t stop jamming to it!

The song dubbed Mboko Haram, which is a corruption of Boko Haram, is all about the male genitalia yaani chuma (I kind of felt ashamed while writing this bu it is what it is ladies and gentlemen).

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For the umpteenth time, if you are the kind of person who likes to focus on what they are singing about and not the wordplay then this Gengetone is not for you grandpa.

The group, which is also known as Genge La Bundoksi, really came through with some dope rhymes on this jam. Their creativity is totally out of this world.

Boondocks Gang Chura
Boondocks Gang

Just like most people, I felt that Odi Wa Murang’a totally killed it on Mboko Haram.

There’s a part where he says, “Nishai vuta mbichwa nikaspinchi wagethomo, na mi si fala, najua nini hukaa kamoshono, ka singekuwa rapper ningekuwa refa wa ngono, unaendaje round moja, kunywa supu ya konokono.”

If this is not creativity then I don’t know what is, I really don’t.

The song was produced by the super-talented Sadafah and directed by Vikta Daniel. To say the least, they both did a commendable job, don’t you think so?

Side note: I don’t think they needed DJ Shiti and Kartelo to make this song viral. In my honest opinion, they serve no purpose at all! Come fight me!

Listen to Mboko Haram below and tell us what you think.

Gwaash and Boondocks Gang have teamed up on a new fire banger dubbed ‘Kalongo’ (Video)

Boondocks Gang, or Genge La Bundoksi if you like, has teamed up with Gwaash on a new jam and we are really feeling it.

I’m probably dancing as I write this and you can’t even blame me. I mean, how can you?

When you talk about Kenya’s new-age musicians, you can’t fail to mention Boondocks Gang, who are known for their mega hit Rieng, and Gwash – who became a household name after releasing Wabebe.

As such, you know what to expect when you hear that the two are on one jam! Its smoooooking!!! (read this in Jeff Koinange’s voice).

The new jam dubbed Kalongo has been trending since it was released a few days ago. So far, it has garnered 95,000 views on YouTube and the comments section is a hot mess as you would expect.

Kalongo is a childhood game where people would pretend that they have a functional family i.e. dad, mum and the children. Kids would even cook!

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Does that jog your mind? Well, the new collabo between Boondocks Gang and Gwaash borrows heavily from that.  However, they disorted the childhood game and I’d rather not talk about that.

Both Boondocks Gang and Gwaash really came through with some impressive word flow. However, I was particularly impressed by Odi Wa Murang’a. This young man has some good flow. Where is the lie?

Boondocks Gang Chura
Boondocks Gang

The song’s chorus, which was done by Ex Ray, is very simple but catchy. It goes like, “Hiyo story cha baba, cha mama si hawa mangeus wanapenda kalongo, cha baba, cha mama, si hawa watoi wanapenda kalongo.”

The beat, which was produced by the one and only Mashakurah, is also impressive. It slaps hard! Where is the lie?

The song was directed by Qvisuals. Watch Kalongo below and tell us what you think.