Kagwe Mungai brings Naiboi on board for sizzling tune tagged ‘Nakulike’ (Video)

Talented musician and producer Kagwe Mungai has released the video for his collabo with Sondeka hitmaker Naiboi titled Nakulike and we love it.

Also read: Naiboi has really slowed down lately

The jam is the second single off his album dubbed Spectrum which was launched at The Alchemist sometime in 2019 and if you ask me, it is his best project to this day.


If there is a word that that best describes this song then it is infectious, it the kind of songs that you just want to keep listening to while thinking about a particular person, maybe your crush, maybe your ex.

Nakulike is a Sheng word that means I like you and as you can already tell, this jam is a dedication to that one person that you can’t get enough of. We all have that one person that is giving us sleepless nights, don’t we?

It encourages you to slide into that DM and shoot your shot because maybe, just maybe the other person likes you as much as you like them. The keyword is maybe.

Both Kagwe Mungai and Naiboi really came through on this track. To be honest, we were not expecting anything less and they both aced it. While the former stood out because of his voice, the latter had some dope wordplay.

Kagwe Mungai
Kagwe Mungai

Notably this track also has an impeccable beat. It’s so damn catchy. However, this does not come as a surprise seeing as it was produced by Kagwe himself. He did a good job ladies and gentlemen.

The other thing that I loved about this joint is the video. It is a unique concept and it stars the one and only Michelle Ntalami who drops her fire moves on the dance floor. If I was you, I’d skip to 2:35 right now. You’re welcome.

Watch Nakulike below and tell us what you think.

Kagwe Mungai’s new jam ‘Good Times’ is absolutely awesome (Audio)

Musician-cum-producer Kagwe Mungai has released the audio for Good Times, the first song off his album dubbed Spectrum.

Also read: Kagwe Mungai has teamed up with Naiboi on ‘Nakulike’ and it slaps really hard (Audio)

As the title suggests, this is a celebratory song that talks about a period of prosperity and happiness. Put simply, this jam assures you that things will be fine even if you are facing hard times at the moment.

To be honest, this is such a beautiful composition. It’s the kind of songs that you listen to over and over because you want the message to hits home.

Kagwe Mungai
Kagwe Mungai

To add to that, Kagwe’s voice is absolutely awesome, especially when he varies it from tenor to a deep baritone. I am very sure many ladies can’t get enough of him or rather his voice.

The beat for this song is also on point. It makes you want to hit the club and have a good time the first time you listen to it and that’s not a bad thing. Props to the producer!

Generally, this song is totally dope. Actually, it’s my third favourite song in the album after Nakulike featuring Naiboi and Pressure which he did with talented jazz trumpeter Owuor Arunga.

Listen to Good Times below and tell us what you think.


Kagwe Mungai is back with ‘Pressure’ alongside Owuor Arunga and we love it (Audio)

Musician-cum-producer Kagwe Mungai has released the audio for his collabo with jazz trumpeter Owuor Arunga.

Also read: Kagwe Mungai has teamed up with Naiboi on ‘Nakulike’ and it slaps really hard (Audio)

The song dubbed Pressure is the sixth single off his album titled Spectrum which was launched at The Alchemist in May this year.

As the title suggests, this song talks about the small things, either small or big, that cause people stress. The message is that you should not worry yourself to death.

Owuor Arunga
Owuor Arunga

In this jam, Kagwe Mungai proves his lyrical prowess and in my opinion he totally nailed it. Although the message is simple, it has been packaged well. Chances are you’ll feel less burdened after listening to this song.

There’s a part he says, “Tangazeni mbinguni tunaenda na madeni*2 juu binadami si kitu (si kitu) na ulimwengu si wetu (si wetu) na duniani si kwetu (si kwetu) pesa nayo si kitu (si kitu), pressure*3 ya nini?”

As expected, Owuor Arunga killed it on the jazz trumpet. The instruments adds a lot of flavour to this song and you can’t help but hit the replay button a couple of times.

In conclusion, this song is really dope. Actually, it’s my second favourite song from Spectrum after his collabo with Naiboi titled Nakulike.

Listen to Pressure below and tell us what you think.