Why the group approach has really favored Gengetone artists

Almost all the successful new-age artists are members of a group but have have you ever wondered why?

It’s pretty simple. You are probably thinking about it as you read this article. The reason Sailors Gang, Boondocks Gang, Ochunglo Family, Rico Gang, and the likes are fast gaining traction is because of diversity. That’s it.

Ochunglo Family
Ochunglo Family

You see, by belonging to a group, that is made of up between three to six people, they can offer their fans a mixutre of talent. Think of it like a mouth-watering burger combo, okay maybe not but I know you get my point.

Truth is, in a music group you’ll find someone whose style you relate to. At the same time, you will also feel like you don’t understand some of the members or perceive them as weaklings.

Interestingly, this varies from one person to the next. For instance, I hold the opinion that Benzema and Seska are the best lyricists in Ochunglo Family and Ethic respectively because I like their flow.

Aslo read: New-age musicians have killed Nigerian music and that’s a huge win

However, a good majority say that Nelly The Goon and Rekless are the best songsmiths in the two groups.

This explains why the group approach is favouring the new-age musicians. At the end of the day, you’ll find someone who’s style you really appreciate and it varies from one person to the next.

While you might not neccesarily hate the other group members, you’ll just have this one person who’s verse you can’t wait to hear.

Sailors Gang
Sailors Gang

The difference between a group and a solo singer is that once you hate an individual’s approach, then it’s a done deal. However, in a group you are literally spoilt for choice.

Local music fans should brace themseleves for the emergence of more music groups because upcoming musicians have realized that this approach is working.

Is Kenyan music generally trashy?

There has been a long-running debate about the songs that are popular in Kenya at the moment, while some, like yours truly, find them enjoyable, others are quick to dismiss them as trashy.

Also read: Stop looking for content from new-age musicians!

In most cases, those who are opposed to the new local sound argue that the artists often sing about sex and as a result they are misleading youngsters.

Boondocks Gang
Boondocks Gang

I agree that they need to tone down their songs a bit. However, we shouldn’t be to quick to dismiss the new crop of as trashy Kenyan artists simply because of this.

Truth is, Kenyan music has never been bigger than it is right now. Even the early 2000s does not come any close thank to platforms such as YouTube.

Instead of rubbishing the new sound entirely, the skeptics should point out areas that the artists should  work on.

Better still, they can identify a different genre that they resonate with and let those of us who enjoy the trashy Kenyan sound be.

Ochunglo Family
Ochunglo Family

We have come really far as a country, musically speaking, and we have the new-age artists to thank for the strides that we’ve made.

Gone are the days when local clubs, radio and TV stations would play one Nigerian song after the other and in my opinion that’s a huge win.

Why are Gengetone in a hurry to release new music?

If you are keen, which I believe you are, I am sure you’ve noticed that there are some Kenyan artists who always have a new song every week or every fortnight.

Lately, I’ve been wondering whether this strategy really works vis-à-vis what we, the fans, want i.e. would they prefer to listen to one song and get bored with it before their favourite artist releases a new one?

Ochunglo Family
Ochunglo Family

Or would do they want their favourite artists to churn out as many tracks as possible so that they can select what they want to listen to? Sometimes I really wonder.

Truth be told, the habit of releasing many jams in a short span of time was almost non-existent before the emergence of new-age artists.

A few years back, an artist would release a song and let it marinate for some months before they drop another one. In a way, this worked to their advantage as it allowed them to study the industry and plan their releases accordingly.

Boondocks Gang and Magix Enga on Rewind it
Boondocks Gang

But times really have changed. These days a song is recorded, the video is shot and edited within two days or less. In simple terms, the whole process is hurried and this, in most cases, leads to poor output.

The emergence of Gengetone is to blame for this because it has made us compromise on quality. The truth is that we have gotten used to consuming mediocre content to a point that we don’t even care anymore but why?

I understand that there is a lot of competition among new-age artists for instance Boondocks Gang could be worried if Ethic has two new songs and they are yet to release any.

So what do they ordinarily do? They rush to studio and release two jams in a day without giving a hoot about quality, market trends and whatnot. Who is to blame when these songs don’t get traction? It’s entirely them.

If you ask me, the old way of doing this was better. As much as there’s so much demand for new music from new-age artists, rushing the whole process is just dangerous. Enough said.

Rico Gang
Rico Gang

Kenyan artists need to think outside the box

The emergence of of the new crop of Kenyan musicians is good proof that all the players in the local entertainment industry should think outside the box. It is what it is.

Also read: New age musicians are unpredictable and that’s the beauty of music

Every time you listen to a song by Zzero Sufuri, Ochunglo Family, Sailors Gang, Boondocks Gang, Rico Gang and the likes you should remember that we would not be here today if Ethic didn’t look at music from a different perspective.

Ochunglo Family
Ochunglo Family

For a long time, Kenya had a copy paste approach to music. Musicians would wait for the likes of Nonini, Jua Cali and Nameless to release a song then they would hit the studio and release a song that is similar to the ones by these artists.

Back then, Genge and Kapuka were the in-thing. Funny enough, nobody thought they should invent a new sound and own it until Ethic came along with Lamba Lolo in 2018 and changed the game.

Interestingly, the same thing is now happening with the Kenyan sound. Every artist, even the established ones, is now making music that you can tell borrows a lot from the sound that Ethic introduced us to.

Ethic Figa

This is a good sign that most Kenyan artists are afraid of thinking outside the box. Instead of copying a sound that already exists why don’t they come up with a distinct sound that they can own?

The Kenyan industry can only grow if we diversify i.e. have different approaches to music so that even the people who don’t feel the wamlambez and lamba lolo vibe can have something that they can listen to.

Rico Gang drops sizzling jam ‘Piki Piki Maua’ alongside Ketchup and Ssaru (Video)

Rico Gang, the Kenyan Gengetone group that is behind hits like; Chachisha, Bluetooth Device and Kimonyoski, has dropped a new track with Ssaru and Ketchup from Nigeria and it is getting a lot of love from their fans.

Also read: Gengetone is still alive, kind of

The song dubbed Piki Piki Maua, which is currently ruling the airwaves, is based on a childhood game that I am sure most of the people who are reading this article are familiar with.


If you don’t know it then you did not have a blast like the rest of us when we were young and it shows. Anyway, I am just kidding. Let’s get back to our review.

This jam is really awesome. It’s so dope. I’m a huge fan of the two artists who were featured by Rico Gang on this jam i.e. Ssaru and Ketchup and that only means that I have to like it.

All the three members of Rico Gang i.e. Harry Craze, Tirand Rands and Gray Cee did such a good job on this track. If you ask me, I’ll tell you that there is no jam by Rico Gang that does not slap hard.

These guys have a dope flow and mad punchlines and I mean all of them. However, if I had to pick one then I would go for Harry Craze because of his unique voice. He’s just awesome to listen to.

Rico Gang
Rico Gang

Like I mentioned earlier, I am a fan of Ssaru. She is so dope and it is not a surprise that she has been nicknamed the queen of Gengetone. This lass has some dope wordplay. Trust me.

Ketchup also did a good job. He added some Nigerian vibe to this track and it sort of spiced it up. He also had a very sick verse which blended well with those of Rico Gang and Ssaru.

The beat and instrumentation are also catchy and it makes you feel like hitting the club the moment this song comes on. The video was impeccable especially the styling and scene transitioning.

Watch Piki Piki Maua below and tell us what you think. Enjoy and kudos to Rico Gang.

Gengetone is still alive, kind of

When I thought of writing this article, I wanted to explain to you – the reader – that real talent comes from the ghetto  or what other people refer to as the poor neighborhoods. Think of it though, some of the biggest music entertainers -even those from abroad – are not from wealthy backgrounds.

Also read: New-age musicians have killed Nigerian music and that’s a huge win

You see, my logic is that ghetto folks don’t have as many options as those who are filthy rich. So, what most of them want is that one thing that will get them out of there as soon as possible. For some it’s crime – which is the common choice but others don’t want to be gunned down so they study hard or play a game like football.

Boondocks Gang and Magix Enga on Rewind it
Boondocks Gang

The other common option is music. So these youngsters start singing, they get a few fans along the way as they hope and wait that they will find someone to believe in them any maybe pay for studio time or record a video for them so that they can get their names out there.

And it finally happens and one after the other they start getting noticed. Before you know it, they are celebs because of their music. Anyway, that what they wanted so it fine because some money is also going into their pockets. That is exactly what Gengetone is.

But music is not a drug. Sorry, maybe the person who said that it is was just high, drunk perhaps. People get tired of music, unless it’s a classic. People stopped listening to Gengetone sometime last year or was it early this year? Funny thing is that they even bashed the artists that they were dancing to and labelled them as ratchet.

But you see, these artists don’t want to go back to the ghetto where they are from because life is tough there, there is little or no food, the crime rate is high. My point is that they will keep making music, even if you don’t want to heat it. But remember, real talent is from the ghetto like I told you.

That means that there will still be a few probably many songs by Gengetone artists that are hits and that’s is what I mean when I say, Gengetone is still alive, kind of. If you are not sure, watch the video below and tell me.

Rico Gang teams up with Boondocks Gang on sizzling track ‘Fimbo’ (Video)

Rico Gang, the Kenyan group that is famed for hits such as; ChachishaKimonyoski and F*ckboy, has released a new jam alongside Boondocks Gang and we can’t get enough of it.

Also read: New-age musicians are so unpredictable and that’s the beauty of music

Dubbed Fimbo, the track has been ruling the airwaves since it was released a few days ago and it is not really hard to understand why because it’s too lit.

Boondocks Gang and Magix Enga on Rewind it
Boondocks Gang

I have listen to this song a couple of times since it came out and every time I play it, I marvel at the creativity of these youngsters.

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.

All the artists who were featured on Fimbo did a good job so much so that it’s hard to choose whose verse I loved the most so we’ll just talk about each of them briefly.

As expected, Ex Ray killed it. To date, I can’t tell what I like more between his unique voice and his unique ability to play around with words. The same applies to Odi Wa Murang’a.

Rico Gang
Rico Gang

Gray Cee, who is the only lass in this jam, didn’t disappoint either. Notably, she also has an impeccable flow and she is generally just interesting to listen to.

Tirand Rands and Harry Craze also came through. They had some sick verses, the kind that will make you rewind the song as you try to make sense of what they are saying.

Of course, Edu Maddox also delivered. Every time I listen to this lag I can’t help but wonder why he is so underrated because he is very talented.

The beat on this track is dope. It get you in a good mood from the moment you hit the play button. Other than that, it also blends well with the artists’ styles and tempos.

Listen to Fimbo below and tell us what you think.

Rico Gang’s Harry Craze teams up with B Razor and Venrick in sizzling banger ‘Stima Na Maji'(Video)

Gengetone artist Harry Craze, who is one third of Chachisha hitmakers Rico Gang, has released a new song alongside B Razor (34 GVNG) and Venrick and it’s a big tune.

Also read: Stop looking for content from new-age musicians!

The track titled Stima Na Maji has been ruling the airwaves since it was released a few days ago and to be honest, we are also feeling it or else we would not be reviewing it, would we?

B Razor

As you listen to this track, you not only appreciate the creativity of these youngsters but also the evolution of Kenyan rap. We’ve come a long way.

All the three artists who were featured in this jam have a unique ability to play around with words and come up with some impeccable rhymes that will leave you scratching your head as you try to make sense of it all.

If I had to single one out then of course I would rally behind because I am such a huge fan of Rico Gang and the chap. In my opinion, he is one of the most underrated Gengetone artists.

Harry Craze

Apart from having a unique voice, Harry Craze also has a mad flow and maybe just maybe that is what sets him apart from his counterparts.

I’m not saying that B Razor and Venrick are whack. They are actually as good as Harry Craze. Actually, I’m also a big fan of the former. However, I must say that I wasn’t really impressed by his verse on this jam.

The beat is also impeccable. It slaps really hard especially if you have a good system or earphones. Believe you me, it is more than likely that you will retain this song n your playlist for the rest of the year.

I don’t really have much to say about the video apart from the fact that it’s too cliche. You know, it’s about time these Gengetone artists and their videographers started thinking outside the box instead of having the same video format.

Watch Stima Na Maji below and tell us what you think.


2019 was such a great year for Kenyan musicians

I probably don’t need to tell you this because it’s something you already know but 2019 will go down in history as the year Kenyans really rallied behind local artists.

Also read: New-age musicians have killed Nigerian music and that’s a huge win

To be honest, I’ve never seen our local acts getting as much support compared to this year and that’s definitely one of the reasons why many people will live to remember this year.


A lot has been said about the genre of music that is popular in Kenya at the moment i.e. Gengetone. However, one of the things that you can’t deny was how popular it is/has become. It’s really infectious.

This year reminded me of the early 2000s when the likes of Flexx, Nonini, Jua Cali, Pilipili, Jimwat, Nameless, Lady S, Deux Vultures, Pilipili literally ruled the airwaves. Their music was like a drug of sorts.

If you had already been born during that time then I am sure you know what I’m talking about. Kenyan music was so big and most of us, including yours truly, had books where we had written down lyrics just to memorize the songs.

The best part was that most artists sang in a language that we could all understand with the addition of a little bit of Sheng which is unlike Gengetone but that’s a story for another day.

Ochunglo Family
Ochunglo Family

In as much as Kenyan music was really big this year and got us back to appreciating and supporting our local artists, I fear that the phase that we are in won’t last for long.

It’s pretty obvious that the new wave of Kenyan artists need to look for ways of sustaining the sound because whether you like or not, people will soon get tired of it.

They say that to much of something is bad and after listening to songs about sex, weed, bedroom affairs all year long, I must say that I have kind of had enough.

Don’t call me a hater but I’m not sure if songs by the likes of Ethic, Gwaash, Ochunglo Family, Boondocks Gang, Rico Gang, 34 GVNG will still slap as hard next year and that is why 2019 is more than exceptional. Enough said.

Rico Gang wraps up the year with a smashing hit dubbed ‘Jegi’ featuring VDJ Jones (Video)

Rico Gang, the Kenyan group that is famed for hits such as; Chachisha, Kimonyoski and F*ckboy, has released a new jam that we can’t get enough of.

Also read: New-age musicians are so unpredictable and that’s the beauty of music

Dubbed Jegi, which is a Sheng word that means a woman’s derriere or ass, the latest single by the group that is made up of Harry Craze, Tirand Rands and Gray Cee has tongues wagging.

Rico Gang
Rico Gang


If you ask me, I’ll tell you that this is their best jam so far. Everything is on point, from the lyricism to the beat to the video.

For starters, we must agree that these guys have impeccable wordplay and witty rhymes. For instance, there is a part where Tirand Rands says, “Nabonga chafu ni kama nimemeza duster, rungu strong cd yangu huwa plaster.” What!

To add to that, he has deep bass somewhat like Odi Wa Murang’a from Boondocks Gang so much that if you listen to this song for the first time on radio you would easily mistake him for the latter and no one would even blame you.

Harry Craze, who is known for the “Si unajua tu ni nani” phrase also did a decent job. His flow is really dope and it’s likely that you will love his verse more than the rest but then again maybe that’s just me.

Rico Gang
Rico Gang

It’s a fact that Gray Cee, who is the only lass in the group, never disappoints and she did not let us down in this song either. Perhaps the line that most of you will remember is, “Kopesha Tala tununue kishada, supu ya jaba na sembe ya jana.”

To be honest, I wasn’t really pleased with the beat on this jam but maybe it will grow in me with time. The video was really dope though. I particularly loved the coloration.

Watch Jegi below and tell us what you think.

New-age musicians should not do collabos with established artists, here’s why

In my opinion, the new crop of Kenyan musicians should avoid working with artists who have been in the game for a longer period than they have. Instead, they should release more projects with their fellow new-age artists and push the new sound.

Also read: Stop looking for content from new-age musicians!

I’m sure many established artists are dying to do collabos with the likes of Boondocks Gang, Ethic, Zzero Sufuri, Ochunglo Family, Sailors Gang, Gwaash etc., because they are hot on the streets at the moment.

Zzero Sufuri

I, however, feel that they should not work with them, at least not just yet because it’s too soon and they should first grow their names and fan bases before they consider doing collabos with people who have been in the industry for many years.

Secondly, the new Kenyan sound will be diluted if they start doing collabos with established artists left, right and center. Truth is that the two groups have different approaches to music and as soon as they start working together, the older folks are likely to influence the youngins.

As a result, new-age artists will lose their rawness, for lack of a better word and be drawn to sensible music. On the other hand, established artists might also be influenced by the youngins and maybe, just maybe they will also start releasing Wamlambez-like songs and we don’ t want that or do we?

Boondocks Gang Chura
Boondocks Gang

Granted, the new-age artists stand to gain a lot by working with their older peers but at what cost? Who bears the brunt? The way I see it, this is their time and they should maintain the unique identity of the new Kenyan sound by working with each other.

The new Kenyan sound might not last for so long

Sometimes, I’m worried that the new Kenyan sound is just a wave i.e. it will not last for a long time, say 5 or 10 years. I can bet on this.

Also read: Stop looking for content from new-age musicians!

You see, Kenyans are very peculiar people. The might really be into something today but won’t want to hear about it tomorrow. Put simply, we live in the moment.

The way I see it, it’s only a matter of time before we outgrow the kind of music that’s popular in the country right now.

Ochunglo Family
Ochunglo Family

Truth is, what the new crop of Kenyan musicians are singing about is not any different from what Nonini was doing in the early 2000s but is he relevant today?

Now that they have everyone’s attention, new-age musicians sit down and should look for ways of sustaining the hype because let’s be honest, it will eventually die.

Look at it like this, if someone shouts “Wamlambez” next year will you reply or stare at them as if they are crazy? I think the latter is right.

Better still, will you still be listening to the likes of Lamba Lolo, Pekejeng, Rieng etc.?

Established artists who were phased out by the new age musicians are also not sitting pretty, I’m sure they are also looking for ways of reclaiming their fan bases.

Boondocks Gang
Boondocks Gang

I’m not saying that new-age musicians should make more sensible music, far from it. All I know is that they need to act quick! Enough said.

Stop looking for content from new-age musicians!

Every so often, you’ll hear someone rubbishing the new crop of local musicians and explaining that they lack content.

Also read: New-age musicians have killed Nigerian music and that’s a huge win

I always find this line of thought interesting because I’ve never seen or heard any of the new-age musicians asking people to listen to the songs that they churn out because they have content.

You and I know that these songs are purely for entertainment, they are meant to put you in a good mood.

As such, it would be wrong to claim that Kenyan music lacks content because most of the popular songs in the country are from new-age artists.

Ethic Figa

The truth is that there is no shortage of good music in Kenya. If you are the kind of person who looks for a message in a song, then you’ll be spoilt for choice.

If, for instance, the new Kenyan sound does not appeal to you then you can listen to the likes of Sarabi who make conscious music.

Better still, you can identify another genre that you easily resonate with and let those of us who enjoy the new Kenyan sound be.

We have come far as a country, musically speaking, and we have the new-age artists to thank for the strides that we’ve made.

Gone are the days when local clubs, radio and TV stations would play one Nigerian song after the other and in my opinion that’s a huge win.

Boondocks Gang
Boondocks Gang

The focus has really shifted to local musicians, especially the new-age artists so much so that you could say that they helped in killing Nigerian music.

So, instead of castigating them every chance you get, support them!

New-age musicians are giving established artists nightmares!

If at all there are people who are not so pleased with the emergence of new-age musicians then it’s the local acts who have been in the game for a longer period, say 5, 10 years or more. I won’t mention any names because you know them too well, don’t you?


In my opinion, they have been backed into a corner by the new crop of artists and they don’t have a clue how they can get out of it. Put simply, they don’t know what to do to reclaim their fan bases. As such, some of them are left with no choice but to hate.

New-age musicians are very spontaneous unlike established artists. A random idea is turned into a song and they hit the studio to record it. Before you know it, the video (quality notwithstanding) is out and is getting mad love across the country.

Established artists like to think through all their steps because they feel they have been in the game for long, they know what works. In the end, they released a well-executed song/video but no one bothers to listen to it or watch it. They end up getting only a handful views.

New-age musicians are always on their toes. As soon as they release a song, they are back in studio working on the next hit unlike established artists who will wait for a song to marinate for some months. Before you know it, they have dropped another banger!

Boondocks Gang Chura
Boondocks Gang

Truth be told, these youngins are giving established artists sleepless nights. In other words, they are their biggest nightmare. Imagine trying to keep up with someone who has been in the game for less than a year compared to the many decades that you’ve been doing music. I would also feel horrible!

However, I don’t think all is lost. All established artists need to do is see what they can learn from the new crop of Kenyan musicians if at all they want to survive in this industry because let’s be honest, times have changed so why should they stick to old practices?

Watch Ochunglo Family’s latest jam Kaa Na Mama Yako below.

New-age musicians have killed Nigerian music and that’s a huge win

If you are keen, I’m sure you’ve noticed that Nigerian music is not as popular in Kenya as was the case a few years ago.

Gone are the days when local clubs, radio and TV stations would play one Nigerian song after the other and in my opinion that’s a huge win.

The focus has really shifted to local musicians, especially the new-age artist so much so that you could say that they helped in killing Nigerian music.

Ochunglo Family
Ochunglo Family

You see, the game really changed the day “Lamba Lolo” hitmakers Ethic appeared on the music scene more than one year ago.

In as much as the song was vulgar, many Kenyans couldn’t help but appreciate the fact that their style was different. It was out of the norm.

To add to that, it was very appealing and danceable (is this even a word?). Put simply, it was the kind of music that you could bump in the club.

Sooner or later, more individuals or groups  whose style was similar to Ethic emerged and before we knew it, most local clubs, radio and TV stations were playing their music back to back.

Boondocks Gang
Boondocks Gang

What I love most about the Kenyan music revolution is that the new-age artists are restless which means that unlike their predecessors, they are always in studio. As such, they are releasing hits back to back!

Kudos to Sailors Gang, Boondocks Gang, Ethic, Ochunglo Family, Rico Gang, Fat Boy Gwash, Zzero Sufuri etc.

I can only hope that one day we’ll get rid of Tanzanian music like we did with Nigerian music!

Has Octopizzo lost relevance?

You might hate me for this but sometimes I get the feeling that Kenyan rapper Henry Ohanga, alias Octopizzo, has lost his relevance or he’s on the verge of losing it. Well, I could also be wrong.

Also read: Octopizzo Vs Khaligraph, whose music approach is better?

Admittedly, the Kibera-bred artist still makes good music but the truth is that is not what the mass market is consuming heavily. Put simply, it’s not the kind of music that most Kenyans are vibing to at the moment.

Octopizzo has released two songs since the year begun i.e. Babylon and Zikishika. While both songs were above par and well-executed, none of them was hit and we can debate this until the cows come home.

You could argue that the Oliel hit maker targets a particular niche with his music and he’s not interested in the mass market but the truth is that every artist wants his songs to go viral and garner millions of views on YouTube.


As we speak, Zikishika – which was released in April, has 810,000 views. Babylon – which was released in February has garnered only 780,000 views so far.

Now let’s compare this to Ethic who make music for the mass market. They have also released two songs this year namely Pandana and Figa. Pandana, which dropped in March has 2.3 million views, Figa which was released a fortnight ago has slightly above 1 million views.

If it is indeed true that numbers don’t lie, what does this tell you? What does it imply? The way I see it is that Octopizzo is losing or has lost relevance in the local music industry. It’s just what it is.

The emergence of new age-artists like Boondocks Gang, Ethic, Ochunglo Family, Rico Gang, Zzero Sufuri really tilted the scales. The mass market is consuming their music heavily at the moment and the sooner Kenyan artists realize this, the better!

We’ve seen the likes of The Kansoul working with these new age artists so that they can remain afloat so why can’t Octopizzo follow suit?

Watch Octopizzo’s latest release dubbed Zikishika below.


Rico Gang has teamed up with Kartelo on a new banger dubbed ‘Kimonyoski’ and we love it (Video)

Rico Gang, the group that is famed for songs such as F*ck Boy and Chachisha, is back with a brand new banger that we can’t get enough of.

Also read: New-age musicians are so unpredictable and that’s the beauty of music

The group, which is made up of Triand Rands, Gray Cee and Harry Craze, has featured popular comedian Kartelo in their new jam titled Kimonyoski.

Kimonyoski is a sheng word which means a group of people who like to have fun i.e. partying and whatnot.


If you are a fan of Kartelo then you’ve probably heard him saying ‘mbogi ya kimonyoski’. It’s part of his signature greeting.

He often says, “Oya oya oya eeh mimi unaweza niita Kartelo ama unaweza niita kwako, mbogi ni kimonyoski hitilafu sacco inna di area representing.”

Rico Gang’s new banger is based on Kartelo’s greeting but I have to say that the execution was above par. Of course, they added some words to spice up.

I was really impressed by the lyrical flow and the worldplay in the song. However, I have to admit that Gray Cee’s part really stood out. There’s just something about this lass that makes you want to listen to her over and over.

The beat by Waka Waka was also on point. Although the producer isn’t quite known, I think people should keep an eye on him.

Watch Kimonyoski below and tell us what you think. You might need your earphones for this!