34 GVNG releases new banger tagged ‘Njugu’ (Video)

34 GVNG (Good Vibes No Guns) has done it again. The group that brought us hits like Wabebe, Olunga, Poko.T has dropped a new jam dubbed Njugu and it is getting a lot of love from their fans.

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The song was inspired by an undated clip of some boys fighting before one of them runs off and says that he is going to chew groundnuts. I know, this sounds boring until you watch the actual clip.

However, as you can already tell kumumunya njugu in this context could mean something entirely different and it’s not what you think.


This jam is really dope. Actually, as you listen to it you can’t help but wonder why 34 GVNG is not big like Ochunglo Family, Rico Gang, Ethic, Boondocks Gang etc. Anyway, that is a story for another day.

I like the sheer creativity of these youngsters and if I have to be specific then I will tell you that I was wowed by Vuva because of his effortless rhymes. Trust me, he is one guy you can listen to all day.

His ability to match random words and make them sound pleasant to the ears is worth talking about until kingdom come. Shagwah also did a good job on this jam, his verse is sick.

34 GVNG's Vuva
34 GVNG’s Vuva

B Razor could as well be the king of punchlines and this is evidenced by his stellar performance on Njugu. Hitman Kaht, who is easily the baddest producer around, also came through with a sick verse.

I love the hook on Njugu. It’s so catchy and this does not really come as a surprise seeing as it was done by Vuva. As you would expect, the beat by Hitman Kaht is also impeccable. This song is really dope.

Listen to Njugu below and tell us what you think.


Boondocks Gang drops new jam ‘Kamweretho’ alongside Sailors Gang’s Shalkido and Vuva (Video)

Boondocks Gang – the group that became a household name in Kenya after releasing Rieng in December 2018 – have released a new track alongside Shalkido (Sailors Gang) and Vuva (34 GVNG) and it’s a big tune.

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The song dubbed Kamweretho, which is a Kikuyu word that means disappearing without a trace, has been ruling the airwaves since it came out a few hours ago.


Although this is a party tune, you have to love the creativity of the musicians who have been featured in it. They have a unique ability of playing around with words and this results in some very dope rhymes.

For instance, I think Joefes’ had a tight verse. His flow is also smooth and he makes it look so easy. I am sure that it won’t take long before Kenyans notice his talent.

As you’d expect, Odi Wa Murang’a also nailed it. The truth is that I’m yet to decide what between his hoarse voice or impeccable rhymes make him interesting to listen to, perhaps it’s the latter. You tell me.

34 GVNG's Vuva
34 GVNG’s Vuva

The hook on this jam is so catchy and easy to master. After listening to this song twice, or maybe thrice, you will just find yourself singing along to it and that’s not a bad thing or is it?

The beat, which was produced by Jesse, is also impeccable. Believe you me, this is one song that you can not listen to while seated down. However hard you try, you won’t resist the urge to dance along to it.

Listen to Kamweretho below and tell us what you think. Enjoy!

Kenya’s best new-age musicians have teamed up for ‘Nare Nare’ and it’s a massive hit (Video)

Some of the biggest and baddest new-age musicians in Kenya have dropped a new jam dubbed Nare Nare and even before you listen to it, you know it’s a massive hit.

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The song features Dmore (Ochunglo Family), Vuva (34 GVNG), The Boybleezy (G-Rock), Shagwah (Wanati), Jose and Mastar VK.

If this is not a perfect combination then I honestly don’t know what is ladies and gentlemen. I really don’t.

Ochunglo Family
Ochunglo Family

In as much all the artists really came through on this jam, I really felt like Vuva, who is known for the Wabebe hit, outshone the others.

There’s just something about his verse that makes you want to listen to it again and again.

It goes like, “Who dea, who dea, huita bae fat body, uite gute gute go down low mummy, cheza gude gude, mi ni guze guze mpaka ustuke tu ee,  niku kune kune, underwater chini ya maji nikukumbe kumbe, we mtamu supu tamu ka ya kunde kunde, kitandani mtihani twende shule shule, now you know,  ni mashash na kibenga.”

Can someone please call the fire department? No, like seriously!

The song was produced by Hitman Kaht and directed by Kuria. In my opinion, they both did a commendable job.

Watch Nare Nare below and tell us what you think.