Wambu Katee gets all naughty and daring in new jam “Rambo” she features Eyoo Sevil

The queen of cover songs Wambui Katee has proven that consistency is key. This time she teams up with fellow artist Eyoo Sevil in new jam dubbed “Rambo”.

Having had success at doing cover songs in Kenya, Katee opted to take it a notch higher by taking a dive into the scene with her own music.

Gracious enough the king of radio Mzazi Willy M Tuva sponsored the production of her first debut “Mahabuba”.

The song did averagely well but not as good as her covers.

Likewise, her counterpart Eyoo Sevil is an African hit beat maker. He is commonly known for producing big songs like vimbada, shoot satan, kdf, I surrender, mitumba and other hits.


His songs won 8 categories in the Kenyan awards including productions of the year at the groove awards.

Furthermore, he has been nominated in many awards as a producer of the year. His latest and biggest production Vimbada was performed in the coke studio, Africa.

Further, he is now known as a recording musician too


In this new jam, the duo Eyoo Sevil and Katee decided to drop Rambo that sounds more of a daredevil song/feel happy song.

Basically what I mean is from a keen listen and look at the song, you notice it’s about two people throwing hints at each other.

For one Katee admonishes the boy for flossing on how he is the “Rambo” more like the guy she needs. She goes to tell him not to dare her as she is the best at the game of love.

Wambui Katee

Basically reminding Eyoo who is better at it. But he also flexes of his prowess in the “game” and declaring himself is the Rambo.

As naughty as it sounds I must say the two did a good job both vocally and lyrically. It is a song worth dancing to especially during the “mahaba” moments. Guys msijione Rambo na ukipewa huwezi handle!

As we long for more I will give the production a 7/10 rating. Tell us what you think.

East Africa united by an encouragement song ‘Kosi’

Kosi is the newest project in town that features a group of artistes from East Africa. The jam has brought on board big names from Uganda and Kenya.

Those who are part of the strong hit are; Ambassada, Pallaso, Eddy Kenzo, Nina Roz, Arrow Bwoy, Jabidii, Beenie Gunter, Dufla Diligan, Wambui Katee and Ghetto Kids.

The collaboration between all the 11 is something that shows the industry is headed somewhere. First, we get to understand the meaning of Kosi. According to the team, Kosi is a short form for the word Kosisikeleli which means freedom.

East Africa united by an encouragement song 'Kosi'

Kosi is an inspirational song to the young generation

The main aim of the song is to inspire, motivate and encourage the new generation. It helps them to acquire a positive mindset towards life in general.

It is worth noting that the hit has brought together the best producers in both audio and video to ensure comprehensive work.

East Africa united by an encouragement song 'Kosi'

Kosi also brings on board the good works of radio legendary, Mzazi Willy M Tuva, a Kenyan presenter. Audio production involved three brains with two from Uganda and one from Kenya.

The beauty of this heat is brought about by the Masaka kids whose give the dance they’re all. Actually, the song is so real and unique.

Wambui Katee the queen of covers also graced the song with her beautiful voice. Being a woman in a male dominated world is just cool.

The lyrics of the song are a mixture of languages. This gives Kosi a new and unique taste. There is a combination of great works.

East Africa united by an encouragement song 'Kosi'

Kosi is a great jam and it is an inspiration to many. African artistes should focus more on content that is inspiring the young generation.

In conclusion, the likes of Jabidii and Arrow Byow are names that are recognised in the two nations for their good work.

In conclusion, Kosi by East Africa Allstars is relevant to today’s generation thus the rating of 6/10.

Video below.