Jua Cali drops fresh collabo titled ‘Imeweza’ with Sativa (Video)

Veteran musician Paul Julius Nunda, popularly known as Jua Cali, has released a new song with an upcoming singer who goes by the name Sativa or Pedi Wa Barz and it’s getting a lot f love from their fans.

Also read: How Jua Cali has remained relevant to date

The song dubbed Imeweza has been ruling the airwaves since it was released a few days ago and to be honest, we are also feeling it or else I would not be here saying good things about it, would I?

Jua Cali

This lass has a good flow. Listening to her kind of reminds me of the early 2000s when the likes of Rat-a-tat & Lady S were the it.

To be honest, I do not know if there is a Kenyan female artist whose lyrical prowess can be compare to that of the two aforementioned artists other than of course, Sativa.

She also has a unique ability to play with words and come up with dope rhymes. Maybe, just maybe. you’ll agree with me after listening to Imeweza.

As expected, Jua Cali also killed it. Anyway, I was not expecting anything less seeing as he’s the one who founded the Genge sound.

Jua Cali
Jua Cali


Apart from the fact that he also has a good flow, he sounds pretty much the same as he did in the early 2000s which means that if you grew up around that time, you’ll have some nostalgia as you listen to this song.

The beat on this jam is also dope. It’s the authentic Genge beat. To add to that, it also blends well with the voices and flow of both Jua Cali and Sativa.

Listen to Imeweza below and tell us what you think.


Jua Cali’s new jam ‘Maswali Kibao’ getting mad love (Video)

Genge music trailblazer Paul Julius Nunda, alias Jua Cali, is back with another jam and we are really feeling it.

Dubbed Maswali Kibao, which loosely translates to many questions, the new song is all about how people always want to know more about other people like it really matters.

Also read: People stopped caring about Jua Cali’s music, but why?

For instance, people want to know what car you drive, when you will get married, why you spell your name in a certain way, how you deal with stress, where you club, whether you comprehend English etc.

According to the veteran Kenyan musician, it’s all pointless since the information won’t really change the lives of the people who keep asking the questions. Face-palm!

Jua Cali
Jua Cali

I’m not saying that Maswali Kibao is flat. I, however, feel that you have to be an ardent fan of Jua Cali to see the ingenuity behind it. It’s just what it is.

In my opinion, it sounds pretty much like the hundreds of songs that he has released before and it would take someone with a good taste in music, like yours truly, to appreciate it.

I loved the simplicity of the video, it’s just a collection of short videos of his friends and fans jamming to the song.

The jam is the 6th official Single off his 4th upcoming album dubbed Mali Ya Umma and to be honest, after listening to this, I can’t wait to see what more Jua Cali has in store for his fans.

Listen to Maswali Kibao below and tell us what you think.

People stopped caring about Jua Cali’s music, but why?

These days, only a handful give a hoot about Paul Julius Nunda, alias Jua Cali. It’s almost as if he ceased to exist in local entertainment scene.

Gone are the days when he would garner hundreds of thousands of views on YouTube or get massive airplay on radio and TV stations. If his song clicks ten thousand views these days, then he’s very lucky.

Have you ever asked yourself where the rain started beating him? How come this man who was perceived as a music genius by many people is not as relevant in this day and age? What went wrong?

Jua Cali

The truth is that it has a lot to do with monotony just like many people who came before him. People eventually got tired of hearing the same sound over and over again.

No one is denying the fact that Jua Cali’s approach was very unique and enjoyable. He had this gift of telling stories perfectly using his music and you could easily follow.

One thing is for sure though, Kenyans get bored very easily. After almost two decades of listening to the same sound over and over, they finally got tired of it.

In as much as we respect Jua Cali for pioneering the Genge sound together with Clement Rapudo in 2000, the fact is that most of us found it monotonous after 20 years of the same damn thing.

I’ll give it to him though, very few people can perform on stage like Jua Cali. His ability to engage crowds is totally out of this world.

However, if you are keen you’ll notice that he perform his songs from the early 2000s which is when most people were still vibing to his songs because, let’s be honest, most of his songs from the last 5 years almost unknown.

Listen his latest jam Maswali Kibao below.