Izi Ni Vitu Za Wazungu- VDJ Jones Warns Kenyans Against Doing Loyalty Test Videos

Loyalty test videos are becoming more popular among young people, especially in tertiary institutions. Even though netizens are divided on the legitimacy of the videos, the doldrums of the aftermath of parties involved remain evident.

Instagram model and YouTuber Thee Pluto has made the loyalty tests even more popular; and most young people are now in tow and see the idea to be intriguing.

Pluto has been moving around universities to do the tests; most of which end up being nasty.

Thee Pluto Shares Lessons Learnt From His Popular Loyalty Test YouTube Show

Explaining Loyalty Test

For those new to loyalty tests, it’s all about couples exchanging their phones on set; where their texts are then scrutinized to find any explicit text messages that might insinuate cheating with the opposite s*x. Nasty f****s then elicit if either party is found guilty.

VDJ Jones Against Loyalty Tests

Celebrated disc jockey VDJ Jones has now shared his sentiments over the latter, stating that the trend might lead to people killing each other.

”Naona very soon watu watauwana. Hii story ya hawa wasee wa loyalty test. Hawa watu wanafanya ma loyalty tests. kindly achaneni na izi vitu… Naona kila msee anazifanya. Ni ufala, ni upuzi. If you want a loyalty test, do it with your girlfriend. You’ll kill people in the name of loyalty tests. Na wakati watu watauwana, whoever recorded that clip ndio atashikwa.”

Even though the parties involved amicably agree to do the tests, there should definitely be some restrictions to limit rogue participants.

Nobody Wanted To Talk To Me Because I Was Broke- VDJ Jones Reminisces Campus Life With Throwback Photo

James Achido Onyango alias VDJ Jones is without a doubt one of the top deejays and music video directors in Kenya.

Starting from the bottom and rising to become one of the biggest names in the industry, VDJ Jones has had his fair share of struggle and is not ashamed to relive the moments.

Citizen TV Apologizes To Gengetone Artist During Prime Time News - KDRTV
VDJ Jones with gengetone artists Swat and Odi Wa Murang’a-Google

Reminiscing about his campus life in Multimedia University, the DJ states that his classmates were not talking to him because he was a broke nobody;

”Only God knows our futures. Usijichoche sana ukidhani ni uwezo wako, always be grateful for every step in life.
This is 7 years back at Multimedia University. Back then hata kuna watu hawangenibongesha daro juu I was a broke nobody. ????????Lakini Sahii wanashinda “bro”
Nwei ya Mungu ni Mengi, ya kuku ni mayai..follow @superstar_sounds_ke

He graduated from multimedia university with a degree in journalism. His passion for music elevated him to the top.

”My first DJ set nilipata in 2010 after kumaliza Form Four; my dad ndio alinibuyia my first set. The same person mwenye hakuwa anataka ni DJ, alinibuyia headphones and a hard disc as a present. Alikuwa amenichallenge nikipass exams nitapata the set…”

The DJ is currently one of Gengetone’s biggest proteges. He has also featured in several hit songs of the genre.

VDJ Jones Speaks On The Tremendous Decline Of Gengetone Music Wave (Video)

Remember the time when the only music genre everyone was jamming to was Gengetone music? The time when we almost forgot about all the other genres and shifted our attention to gengetone groups that were taking the industry by storm?

Well, no one knew that all the excitement would be short-lived. Recent discussions have involved the relevance of the genre’s survival; and whether it will pick or not. Some groups saw their members detached; such as Ochungulo Family and Sailors.

Evolution of Gengetone: Why Pioneering Groups Ochungulo, Ethic, Sailors Broke Up - Loud.co.ke
Ochungulo, Sailors and Ethic Group-Google

The genre has also been criticized by artists such as Willy Paul; who seem to marvel at the downfall of it.

 ”I just killed gengetone with my deadly skills!! No one could have done it better! Alafu please kama wewe ni singer na unajaribu kurap, please rap wacha umama.. this album is going to discipline alot people trust me…”

VDJ Jones Speaks

One of gengetone’s biggest supporters, VDJ Jones has also noted the downfall of the genre. And according to him, most gengetone groups started competing with each other and lost focus; leading to the massive drop in the genre’s performance. He disclosed this on Mungai Eve’s YouTube;

”Wasanii wengi wa gengetone fame ilikuja. Kuna wale wali react differently. Watu wakaanza kushindana… Hiyo ndio kitu iliua mziki yetu. Because watu walianza ku compete wenyewe kwa wenyewe…”

Despite the claims; one of the pioneer groups of the music genre, Ethic, strongly rebuke claims that their music is ‘dead’. They maintain that they’re just on a break and will be back with more bangers.

‘We Also Got Bills To Pay!’ VDJ Jones Warns Artists Against Asking Him For Free Help

Celebrated disc Jockey VDJ Jones has taken to Instagram to shut down upcoming artists who want his help for free. The entertainer has disclosed that he receives numerous messages containing links with music; but doesn’t get paid in return.

According to VDJ Jones, it’s not fair to pay the video directors and everyone else involved in making the music, then asking for his help afterwards for free.

Support My Hustle Too!

VDJ Jones captioned a video making his claims and wrote;

I am going to speak on behalf of other DJs who share same sentiments like I do. Msanii umeenda studio ukalipa pesa ya audio, ukalipa video.. then unatumia DJ link uchezwe FREE.
We also got bills to pay, appreciate kazi ya distributors wa your music..a little token doesn’t kill u. We do the donkey work huko kwa matope kupush the music. Ukishahit sasa hata simu za DJs u dont pick. Fagaaa????
Can someone kill that cock kwa background? ????????????????????????????
Ukijiskia umejam, Mi Siogopiii

In addition to this, VDJ Jones said that he’ll only support the music that is recorded from his studio.

”Support my hustle too, mimi si charity… Pesa muhimu…At mimi niko na chakula nafaa kukula”

Watch VDJ Jone’s video below;

Top celebrities throng VDJ Jones’ lavish birthday party (Photos)

Renowned turntablist James Achido Onyango, popularly known as VDJ Jones, recently turned a year older an he threw himself a colorful party to mark the auspicious occasion.

Also read: “He is not my type, he is too bitchy,” VDJ Jones fires at Magix Enga over the Rudra Kartel scuffle

The event, which was held at Klub Eclipse in Ruiru, saw the attendance of many local celebrities, especially artists, who have been groomed and introduced to the music industry by VDJ Jones or worked with him.

They include; Mbogi Genje, Masterpiece, Dennoh Rix Roro, Dede, Wakali Wao, Mejja, Mavo On The Beat, Mr. Seed, Jeshi Jinga, Joefes, Team Psycho, Kash Keed, Mash Mwana, just to name a few.

VDJ Jones, who is an alumnus of Multimedia University (MMU) in Rongai, has played a huge role in propelling and popularizing the Gengetone sound both as a producer and a disc jockey.

In 2020, he left his fans tongue tied after revealing that he would vie for the Nairobi Governorship position in 2022. Time will tell if he was indeed serious.

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Popular Gengetone producer announces run for Governor

There’s Power in the Youth! This is what Vdj Jones believes; and for this reason he has now announced his candidacy for governor at in a post shared on his social media pages.

According to Jones, it time for the youths to take over. This is because the politicians elected by the Wanainchi have been robbing them night and day. The promises made during campaigns are yet to be fulfilled 3 years after elections.

Being a youth and one that works with pretty many young people; Jones says it’s time to take back the power in order to help the youths who are our tomorrow’s leaders. He wrote;

VDJ Jones for Nairobi Governor

Ladies and Gentlemen, I want to announce my candidature for NAIROBI GOVERNOR come 2022! It takes a youth to understand the frustrations of another youth. Nothing is impossible when u believe, Let’s do this!!!

Otile to run for Embakasi East Seat

Jones post comes just a few days after a poster showing that Otile will run for Embakasi East’s seat emerged on social media. Of course this left man talking and after seeing how supportive the youths on social media were; Babu Owino seems to have panicked.

Responding to the post, Babu went on to abuse Otile by asking him to stick to singing like the rest of the slay queens. Well, if that is not panicking then I don’t know what is. But now that the youths are coming out to speak for their rights; then I guess change has just began!

EXCLUSIVE: “He is not my type, he is too bitchy,” VDJ Jones fires at Magix Enga over the Rudra Kartel scuffle

For while now music producer Magix Enga has been a topic of discussion in most digital media spaces. It started out with the noise of an alleged fall out with one of his proteges Rudra Kartel.

An incident where the lad, Rudra accused Enga of manipulating him with a contract.

Also read: EXCLUSIVE: Magix Enga finally reveals why he was forced to kick out Rudra Kartel

Well three weeks in Ghafla got the chance and spoke to VDJ Jones who was in the middle of the scuffle with Magix Enga over Rudra and he had a lot to say about Enga.

According to VDJ Jones, Rudra reached out to him with the claim that Enga had done nothing to help him since he was unveiled. Thus the video that went viral with Rudra ranting the producer being a let down.


In the case Jones said he tried to reach out to Enga but the two could not come to an agreement. Furthermore, Enga accused Vdj Jones of promising the young lad a free collabo. This something that Jones adamantly refutes.

Asked whether he had any project with Rudra he said he has none. Thus calling Magix Enga a liar.

This writer went ahead to ask if he can work with Magix Enga and Rudra, Jones vehemently shut us down shooting at Enga.

“He is not my type coz that guy is too bitchy, ako na issuez za kidem he thrives on scandals and for me I don’t work that way!!”

Enga’s clout chasing

Consequently, the exchange went on for a while but all of a sudden Enga is now promoting Rudra Kartel’s new upcoming Ep.

The same  guy he said he would never take back. Talk of clout! Enga is good at it whatever makes him a trend sales for his brand. Am  sure we are aware of his recent noise around wanting to sign Tanzania’s WCB arists.

Below is the link of the interview with VDJ Jones.

Masauti teams up with City Boy and Jegede on ‘Fine Body’ (Video)

Mombasa-based singer Mohammed Ali Said, popularly known as Masauti, has released a new jam with City Boy and Jegede and it’s getting so much love from their fans, even their fiercest critics.

Also read: Why Coastal music barely gets any nationwide attention

The song titled Fine Body has been ruling the airwaves since it was released a few hours ago and to be honest, we are also feeling it.

City Boy
City Boy

Fine Body is club banger. Though I must say that I didn’t really feel it the first time I heard it but it grew on me with time.

The artists who were featured on this jam were well thought out since they are all strong in the different genres that they do.

For instance, City Boy really did a good job on the hook which was inspired by reggae. Interestingly, his verses have the Coastal vibe and if there is anything I really appreciate about an artist then it’s diversity.


Masauti also nailed it. If you are a huge fan of the Ipepete hitmaker, like myself, then I don’t need to tell you that he has an amazing voice which he put to good use on this track.

Jegede did not disappoint either. This lad, who dabbles as a producer, has a unique voice and flow that really spiced up this jam. Notably, the beat which he produced is also catchy and blends well with the flow of the artists.

Watch Fine Body below and tell us what you think.

G Clan features Wakuu Music on ‘Memes’ (Video)

G Clan, the newest Gengetone group in Kenya, has released a new jam with Wakuu Music and it has been ruling the airwaves since it came out a few hours ago.

Also read: Gengetone is still alive, kind of

The track dubbed Memes is simply about how the humorous videos and images can make you laugh when when you are having a bad day. I know it sounds lame but as they say don’t judge a book by its cover.

G Clan

I have always maintained that it is absolutely wrong to judge Gengetone artists by the content of their songs because if you choose to focus on their wordplay skills and rhymes, you’ll realize that they are actually talented.

G Clan, which is made up of Shei, Bimwa, Spoiled and Calamine brought their A-game on this jam. However, if I had to pick my favourite then I would go for the former.

Shei, who’s the only lady in the group, really killed it and I believe she’s the reason why this song is so infectious. She did a good job on the hook with her sexy voice. To add to that, her verse is also sick.

Wakuu Music and G Clan

The other members of G Clan have a unique ability of playing around with words and they end up making some sick rhymes that will make you scratch your head as you try to make sense of it all.

Wakuu Music didn’t disappoint either. The members of the group have a natural flow and they will have you hooked from the moment you hit the play button.

The beat on this track is impeccable. Believe you me, you will not resist the urge to dance when this song comes on. I also loved the video never mind the fact that the concept and execution are simple.

Watch Memes below and tell us what you think. Kudos to G Clan and Wakuu Music.


Nelly The Goon teams up with Odi Wa Murang’a, Breeder LW and The Only Delo in ‘Riba’ (Video)

The highly-anticipated jam by Nelly The Goon, Odi Wa Murang’a, The Only Delo, Breeder LW, DJ Kaywise, Nifty Boi and VDJ Jones is finally out and we are really feeling it.

Also read: Gengetone is still alive, kind of

The track dubbed Riba, which is a Sheng word that means story, has been getting a lot of airplay since it was released a few hours ago and to be honest, it deserves all the attention that it’s getting because it’s really dope.

Odi Wa Murang'a
Odi Wa Murang’a

Ladies and gentlemen, this song is really infectious and perhaps that explains why I’ve listened to it more the twenty times since it came out. I’m not even kidding.

The musicians who were featured on Riba were well thought-out. It is such a dope combination of talents and if you ask me, this is the best Gengetone jam of 2020. Yup, I said it.

Odi Wa Murang’a totally aced that hook. To be honest, I do not even understand what he is saying but it just sounds pleasant to the ears.

Nelly The Goon also had a sick verse. However, I would prefer that he avoids being raunchy since that is too old now seeing as we are in 2020.

The Only Delo

The Only Delo really came through on Riba. He always has a unique way of expressing himself in songs and to add to that, he is simply interesting to listen to.

Breeder LW did not disappoint either. He is always dope. I was also impressed by the Nigerian artist who goes by the name Nifty Boi. He really spiced up Riba with his English flow because he’s also a bad ass rapper.

The beat on this track is impeccable. Listening to it makes you feel like hitting your local club and having a good time and that is not a bad thing or is it?

The video for this jam is also really dope. I totally love the quality. The styling and scene transitioning were also good and I thing whoever directed it deserves a pat on the back.

Watch Riba below and tell us what you think.

Gengetone gospel should not become a thing!

There is a new music genre called Gengetone gospel and as much as it slaps so hard, I just hope it does not become a thing because it just seems like a mockery of God. Actually, it is.

Also read: Gengetone is still alive, kind of

It all started when Bahati released a song dubbed Taniua with Boondocks Gang which is made up of Ex Ray, Maddox and Odi Wa Murang’a. They are the guys behind hits such as Mboko Haram, Rieng and Kidolee.

Boondocks Gang and Magix Enga on Rewind it
Boondocks Gang

Mr Seed followed suit with Kwa Hao alongside Vuva 34 GVNG, Breeder LW, Maddox, Dezian and Kartelo. I know it is only a matter of time before Willy Paul drops his.

Sooner or later upcoming artists will think its okay to release such songs because their role models and the bigwigs in the industry are doing so and it is then that things will get out of control.

Also read: Kenyan gospel artists must wake up

I don’t know about you but I think the fact that gospel musicians are tasked with spreading God’s word should mean something.

They should not mix the gospel with all these dirty songs. It is completely wrong. I did not say that I have a problem with Gengetone, I enjoy it probably more than you but just not when associated with God’s word.


A few days ago, I was watched an interview where Bahati why he did a collabo with Boondocks Gang and he said that he is trying to win them over to Christ.

What a joke. Their song was motivated by the need to make money and grow their fan bases. As such, it;s very wrong for Bahati to claim that he is leading Boondocks Gang to Christ because they will continue to make raunchy music.

Even in the song where Bahati featured them, Boondocks Gang threw in some coded and dirty Sheng words and they made me wonder what motivated them to poke fun at God and shoot the video in a Church to rub it in his face.

Watch Taniua below by Bahati and Boondocks Gang.

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.

Also read: Gengetone is still alive, kind of

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.

Boondocks Gang feature VDJ Jones and City Boy on new banger dubbed ‘Prr’ (Video)

Boondocks Gang, the group that became a household name in Kenya after releasing Rieng’ circa 2018, have dropped a new track alongside VDJ Jones and Mombasa-based singer City Boy and it’s a big tune.

Also read: Boondocks Gang is the future of Kenyan music

The jam dubbed Prr has been getting good airplay on local TV and radio stations 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?

City Boy
City Boy

On the surface, this track seems stupid and childish but if you listen to it keenly, you’ll appreciate the creativity of the artists who put it together and the ingenuity behind it.

The first verse by Edu Maddox is on point. His flow is so smooth and as you’re listening to him you will find yourself wondering why he is so underrated because he is really talented.

As expected, Ex Ray really came through on this joint. His verse is really solid. To add to that he has a unique ability of playing with words and making impeccable rhymes.

Boondocks Gang
Boondocks Gang

Odi Wa Murang’a also aced it. Other than the fact that he laid down a good verse, he also did a good job on the hook thanks to his unique voice. Actually, I can never tell what I like more between his voice or impeccable lyricism.

City Boy spiced up the song by introducing a ragga/dancehall vibe. Notably, the beat is also great. However, this does not come as a surprise seeing as it was produced by the one and only Jegede.

I don’t have much to say about the video other than the fact that I loved the quality and of course, the vixens who are featured in it. The scene transitioning was also flawless.

Watch Prr below and tell us what you think. Enjoy!

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.

Timmy Tdat has teamed up with Gwaash, K4Kanali and Wendee on ‘2 By 2’ and it’s too lit (Video)

Talented singer Timothy Owuor, better known as Timmy Tdat, has been featured on a new song alongside Volkhano, Wendee, Gwaash, K4Kanali & Padi and it’s a big tune.

Also read: Gwaash is exactly what Kenyan music industry needs

The song dubbed 2 By 2 talks about having two ladies instead of one because c’mon it’s the cold season, plus any other reason.

I really love this jam. As expected, Timmy’s verse is really on point and you just want to keep listening to him as he drops his punchlines. However, some might say that his lyrics are too risque.

Timmy Tdat

Volkhano also came through on this jam. To be honest, it was my first time listening to a song by him but I wasn’t really disappointed.

Wendee, the only female musician who was featured this jam, also did well. You guy, this lass has some dope bars.

Of course, K4Kanali also nailed it. Although I was impressed by his verse, I must say that he killed it on the hook. I don’t know, maybe it has something to do with his coarse voice.


Fat Boy Gwaash also did a good job. He has this rare storytelling skill that is really dope and you just want to keep listening to him.

The beat on this track was also dope. It’s very likely that you will get up to dance while listening to this jam or maybe it’s just me.


The video concept was also good. I don’t know about you but the vixens who were picked really know how to shake it.

Watch 2 By 2 below and tell us what you think.

Kristoff, Boondocks Gang and Randkaddah have finally dropped ‘Rieng Remix’ and it’s too lit (Video)

Rieng by Boondocks Gang was such a dope jam but have you heard the remix? The remix, which features Kristoff and Rankaddah was released yesterday and it’s way better than the original.

Just like most of you, I was really waiting for Rieng (Remix) to drop so much that I was among the first people to watch it when it premiered on YouTube on Wednesday at 3 pm.

You see, I’m such a huge fan of Boondocks Gang or Genge La Bundoksi if you like. I’ve been listening to since I discovered their music in January this year.

Boondocks Gang
Boondocks Gang

Also read: ‘Rieng’ hitmakers Boondocks Gang have dropped another fire jam and we love it (Video)

I keep tabs on them and it obvious why. The members of the group i.e. Kid Furnace (Odi Wa Murang’a), Ex Ray, and Edu Maddox are very talented.

If you choose to ignore the raunchiness of the words that they use in their songs and focus on the rhymes and flow, you’ll also agree that these youngins are gifted.

Perhaps this explains my excitement when they dropped Rieng (Remix) yesterday.

Admittedly, I didn’t really feel the song when I first heard it but after listening to it a few of more times, I realized that it’s a masterpiece. Simply put, it grew on me with time.

Kid Furnace (Odi Wa Murang’a), Rankaddah, Ex Ray, Edu Maddox and Kristoff all did a superb job on this song. However, I was most impressed by Kristoff and Kid Furnace (Odi Wa Murang’a).


There’s a part where Kristoff says, “Uhoro wakwo, mwendwa wakwo, inanifanya nisikie kushika matakwo, hizo zakwo, siwezi kuvakwo, ziko na rieng kushinda hata za mamakwo.”

I don’t know even what it means, I just loved the flow.

Trey Juelz did a great job on the video. I love the simple location that they picked for the shoot. The video was shot at a garage but it still has a funky vibe.

Rieng was produced by Jegede who is also currently topping charts with his latest single Vera Sidika.

Watch Rieng (Remix) below. You can find the lyrics for this song here.