ONE ON ONE: “Mzungu Bonoko akona 5K yangu!” Miracle Baby calls out KRG The Don

If you have been up to date with the differences between artists you most likely know about the beef spewing between Karuga Kimani, popularly known as KRG the Don and Sailors.

The Kairetu hit maker has been hurling insults at the group for a long time claiming that they did not show up for a video shoot despite him going out of his way to pay for their transport so that they could be at the location on time.

Sailors Gang and KRG the Don

The group however cleared the air and said that they were not paid to appear on the video which led to issues that they are currently having.

The self proclaimed billionaire and Sailors released a song nyandus together last year which garnered 1.8M views as we speak.

During an interview hosted by Caroline Mukami, one of the Sailors’ members, Peter Mwangi, popularly known as Miracle baby opened up about the beef.

Miracle Baby

He referred to KRG as “mzungu bonoko” and said that the cars he is flaunting with are just a secondary want and they are not a measure of success or wealth.

He emphasized that the founder of the Fast Cash Music Group does not know his struggles or how he reached where he is. “Kama kutaja jina yangu inafanya alipe rent wacha aendelee”.

Krg The Don drops sizzling jam tagged 'Kairetu'
Krg The Don

The father of four children also warned KRG the Don to pay him back his Kshs.5,000. Apparently he owes every member group the same amount of money which he was supposed to pay a few days back but he did not.

Thing is we do not know the if beef is likely to end any time soon but all we can do is sit back, take some popcorns and enjoy the ride.

Watch the full interview below.



Sailors Gang take gengetone to church with new jam “Jesu ni Mwanathani”

Gengetone has dominated the Kenyan airwaves for a while now. Sailors gang have clinched their own space even in international spaces. Now they have dropped an exciting new jam dubbed “Jesu ni Mwathani” for thanksgiving.

They recently received three awards in the just concluded Pulse Music Video Awards a situation they never anticipated for.


Jesu ni Mwathani

This is Kikuyu for “Jesus is Lord” I think I am right with the little I know about Kyuk.

Jesu ni mwathani

But again from the caption below the video it states:

“What a year it has been! Jesu Ni Mwathani is Kikuyu dialect, translated to mean ‘Jesus is Lord’. We have seen God’s favour with our songs going global and winning 4 awards in just 6 months. This is our song of thanksgiving and praise. God ametutoa far na ni far atatupeleka. Aminia in your life as well! Jesu Ni Mwathani.”

With such kind of success who wouldn’t praise God? Trust Sailors to bring out their comic antics in the song.

The video too was well done by MRX media with a sneak peek of the PMVA’s where the team was receiving their award.

At the same time, they were accompanied by Mwalimu Rachel who is said to have played the managerial role since they started off in music. Someone the boys have been so grateful too and clearly respect.


The lyrics are a blend of Swahili and Kikuyu and a bit of the Kenyan slang. If for anything the boys outdid themselves

Furthermore, for thanksgiving, they thank God for their musical journey. For them, music has it has helped them push through life’s hurdles and they can now say they have won.

In the first verse they say,

Toka mashinani amenitoa magizani,Mathena mathena nimeishi mashidani
Sosho akanilea na mashida mingi flani,Nakugoja idhaa yako tuliishi kanisani
Ka ni ka mob justice nimeuma,Vijanaa kuchomwa jo hii huuma
Jesus wept, aminia gathee Kiufogothare……”

The Mavo produced beat is a clear indication that Sailors gang are here to stay.

For rating, I will go with 9/10. Tell us what you think. Enjoy!