I have been on record time and time again saying that Kenyan bouncers lack proper training and common decency. They often harrass clientele forgetting Mahatma Gandhi's gem of wisdom, "The customer is king."
Abbas was just on Home Boyz Radio with Raquel Soni of Home Boyz Radio and he opened up about his beef with erstwhile friend and ally K-Nell.
After an epic beefing season and so much talk, hip hop heads Abbas Kubaff and Kibera’s finest Octopizzo have decided to bury the hatchet.
Rapper & Owner of fashion line Angohili Nelson Muriuki A.K.A K-Nel is fired up from the con-artist allegations after rapper Abbas Kubaff trolled him on his Facebook Page earlier this week. Abbas didn’t relent in blaming Nelson for doing shady business with local Kenyan artists. Take a look;
Reality cheque:it has come to my attention that the music industry has been invaded by individuals who are eventually destroying it by doing bad bizness and violating artist rights. this individual called k-nel anglohili is going round town giving artists fake deals….word to all my fellow artists..Brake that circle…i am hip-hop so i must protect me!
Additionally, other hip-hop heads emerged claiming that K-Nel owes them money for failing to honor their deals. In fact one rapper claimed that K-Nel only does phone deals which make it easy for him to swindle guyz.
Following these allegations, K-Nel came out guns blazing on denying the claims;
I personally have not contacted Abbas about these comments yet, but I have started some research in the last day, asking around to find out if I could find any artists that could come out in public on our blog and share what their disconcernments are in regards to working with Nelson, if any. No one has come forward yet as of today.
Downplaying the whole thing, K-Nel says he’s keen on expanding his clothing line divulging that he will soon be entering the Ugandan market. He however asked his “non-believers/accusers” to stay tuned to his YouTube Channel as he will post something for them.
I guess it will be an interesting story to follow.
So, who is Enos Olik? The director has burst into the scene with a series of beautiful, high quality videos. Might he be Kenya's own Clarence Peters? The video director with CPJ Films is also a musician. He performs with the Afro soul band, Aziza Music. He has also done a track, Loving You, with Maik Kwambo.
I will let his work speak for him. Below is a series of videos he has directed recently.
Abbachiwawa is a track by Abbas and Chiwawa featuring MC Sharon and was produced by Nannoma. The executive executive producer was Suzanne Gachukia. The video is directed by Enos and Kevin Bosco Jnr.
Dela's Pakua came out a couple of years ago but she is only releasing one of the videos, Weche Tek. Flag 42 produces the Enos Olik-directed video. The song was produced by Penya Africa. You can check out the trailer for the video below.
The director is not only confined to Kenyan productions. He directed the video for a bongo song by Gee Gospel and John Marco's Mama, which will come out soon. The video was produced by Taz, while the track is by Zambia's Geomi Records.
Also on the unreleased videos list is Abass Kubaff's Mtu Wa Watu. This is Olik's other collaboration with Kevin Bosco Jnr. The executive producer here was Suzanne Gachukia again.
Uko Sure, Man Njoro and Rabbit a.k.a Kaka Sungura's Kevin Pro'voke-produced track is a completed video by the talented director.
Enos Olik also directed Grace Muna's Omba and we hope to see more from the director soon, including the complete videos for the trailers we have seen above.
These two hip hoppers were good pals before hell broke lose, and we the fans were treated to some hard hitting lyrics just in the name of settling beef.
It has been the most anticipated video, directed by Naigeria's finest producer, Clarence Peters, and now Hip hop sensation Abbas Kubaff will be officially launching