Wakadinali’s ‘Kuna Siku Youths Wataungana’ is a masterpiece (Video)

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Wakadinali, who are probably the most underrated hip hop group in Kenya, have dropped a new jam and if was you, I would definitely check it out.

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The song dubbed Kuna Siku Youths Wataungana which means there will come a day when the youth will unite is all about how the youth in this country are divided so maybe one day they will come together.

It also talks about how life on the streets are tough and tells people to be hopeful that one day things will the change and they will be able to do the things they can’t do at the moment.


The song also talks of vices such as prostitution, crime, drug abuse while discouraging young people to avoid them at all costs.

Kuna Siku Youths Wataungana is the best song that I have heard in a while. Other than the powerful message that it carries, it also has some sick punchlines which is something that you would expect in a Wakadinali jam.

Of course, I was totally impressed by Domani Munga, I mean who isn’t? He is a legend is a legend in his own right, I can’t even compare him with any other local rapper.


His flow is dope and the moment you start listening to him, you will not feel like stopping. His ability to play around with words is something else.

As you know, Scar Mkadinali is on his own level. He had some impeccable punchlines in this jam, the kid that makes you rewind his part while you try to make sense of it all.

The hook was also on point and catchy. I don’t know about you, but I found myself sing along to it. The video concept was also out of this world and you have to see it ti believe. Big up to Wakadinali for this masterpiece.

Listen to Kuna Siku Youths Wataungana below and tell us what you think.


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