Gwaash drops new banger ‘Patia’ alongside Kappy, Iano Ranking and K4 Kanali (Video)

Celebrated Kenyan singer Martin Wagura, better known as Fatboy Gwaash or Gwaash, has dropped a new track with K4Kanali, Iano Ranking and Kappy and it’s a big tune.

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The jam titled Patia was inspired by a speeech made Raila Odinga where he was comparing Kamba women with who will give you ‘something’ once they assure you that they will. This song is definitely not for prudes.

Iano Ranking

I have listened to this song a couple of times since it came out and every time I listen to it, it’s like I am hearing it for the very first time. Yup, it’s that’s good.

One of the reasons why I love Gengetone and the artists behind it is because of their sheer creativity. These guys can come up with random rhymes and it’s just awesome to listen to them as they play around with words.

The first verse by Iano Ranking, who is one half of Wakali Wao is sick. He’s such a dope lyricist and to add to that, he some great punchlines.

Team Ganji’s Kappy also brought his A-game on Patia. I totally love his musical prowess. His flow is flawless and you just want to keep listening to him as he goes about his business.


If you ask me, I’ll tell you that K4Kanali had the best verse on this track. His lyrics are so dope so much so that it will make you wish he had been given a few more seconds. Wait, does it have everything to do with his unique voice?

As expected, Gwaash also aced it. He also has an impeccable flow though I must admit that sometimes I feel like he is talking through his verse rather than singing.


The beat is also on point. Other than the fact that it’s very catchy, which simply means that you might get up to dance as you listen to this song, I loved how it blends well with the voices and tempos of the artists.

About the video, I don’t really know. Not that I have any problem with it but I feel like the shaking of derrieres and low-quality visuals is becoming too cliche. Anyway, big up to Gwaash, Kappy, K4 Kanali and VDJ Jones.

Watch Patia below and tell us what you think.

Mbogi Genje enlists VDJ Jones for smashing hit ‘Kamkoba’ (Video)

Mbogi Genje, the latest Gengetone group in Kenya, has dropped a new track and it is getting a lot of love from their fans.

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The jam dubbed Kamkoba is a party anthem which features VDJ Jones. It also talks about hitting on girls and what follows after that.

Like I always say, if you chose to ignore the raunchiness of the lyrics and focus on the wordplay and rhymes, you will realize that some of these Gengetone are amazing lyricists. I am dead serious.

Mbogi Genje

Mbogi Genje is unique in the sense that they use deep Sheng in their song. In other words, it is very likely that you’ll not understand as single thing as you listen to their songs.

But that doesn’t necessarily mean that they are whack. They are actually dope and the most amazing part is that they have an impeccable flow, the kind that makes you hit the replay button a couple of times.

So, the group has three members i.e Smadytings, Guzman and Miltan. If I was asked to choose who among the three really impressed me then I would go for the latter.

Mbogi Genje

He is really dope and if you are in doubt then you should watch the video and tell me. I am not saying that the others are bad, in my opinion he is just the sickest of the three.

The beat is also dope. It’s not only catchy but I’m sure you’ll find people busting moves to this jam the next time you are out and we have Mavo On The Beat to thank for that.

About the video, I don’t really know. Not that I have any problem with it but I feel like the shaking of derrieres and low-quality visuals is becoming too cliche. Anyway, big up Mbogi Genje.

Watch Kamkoba below and tell us what you think.

Maddox drops new banger with Joefes and Kappy dubbed ‘Pose Za Kunguru’ (Video)

Edu Maddox, who is one third of Rieng hitmakers Boondocks Gang, has released a new jam alongside Joefes (Mbuzi Gang) and Kappy (Team Ganji) and it slaps so hard.

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The song dubbed Pose Za Kunguru, which means a reven’s pose, has been ruling the airwaves since it came out a few days ago and to be honest we also love it or we would not be reviewing it, would we?

Listening to this track made me appreciate the creativity of these youngsters as well as the evolution of Genge music because it takes you back to the early 2000s when the likes of Jua Cali and Nonini were a big deal.


I had a difficult time determining who is who on this jam since they kind of sound the same. Anyway, I must say that the guys first verse verse as well as the last did a good job.

I strongly believe that the two are Joefes and Maddox. Well, I could also be wrong but the truth is that I totally loved how they were playing around with words and making effortless rhymes.

The hook on this track is also very catchy and you are likely to master it after listening to it once. The beat is so dope so much so that you will retain this jam on your playlist for a very long time.

Listen to Pose Za Kunguru below and tell us what you think.