Last week we carried out a poll to try and find out just who our readers feel Kenya's King Wa Rap is. And as always, the topic of the title of who Kenya's finest rapper is drew alot of emotions.
Why is there so much negativity stemming from the underground? Alot of otherwise talented artists are going about making a name for themselves the wrong way.
Men, this must be the oldest and yet the realest rapper that Kenya has ever had. Abbas has been in the music industry for as long as I can remember and he has never taken a break.
The 3rd edition of Chords & Cords takes place on Thursday, 6th December at Dass Restaurant in Westlands. The event starts at 7:30 p.m. and goes on till late.
These have been the words I've been dying to put on the headline ever since Bamboo got back in the country after spending years in the states. It has taken like what? Five months for them to finally re-unite? You know what,it really doesn't matter any more because I am sure they will not disappoint us. They never have.
I think it's pretty obvious that Bamboo and Abbas will eventually get back together, as a music group, as K-South. The chemistry that is very visible and admirable between the two when they are on stage is remarkable. They were meant to be.
If their lyrics ain't hot and hard hitting, don't expect them to be here. This is strictly for the hard core lyricists, good both on the flow and the composition of the lyrics. You might be surprised to see some names of new artistes, but it is only with qualification that they are here.
Anglohili are organizing the Hip Hop Slam Down to take place on the 16th of August at Club Sylk. The event will feature some of the biggest names in the hip hop scene in the country, including Chiwawa, Abbas Kubaff, Kayvo, Khaligraph Jones, Washamba Wenza and K47.
Tanzanian rapper Fid Q used to host this show, Fidstyle Friday, that brought some of the best rappers together to lay down some of the best bars that have ever been recorded live.