Bamboo and Abbas have been a mainstay of Kenyan hip hop since back when and that is the way things have always been. Even when there was beef, they cooked it together. But all that seems to have come to an end as the pair are now imploding as they degenerate into what seems to be beef between the pair!
Abbas, one of the pioneers of Kenyan hiphop, recently went on an introspective journey that took him on a collision course with his demons. Take it from someone who has undertaken a journey to find his oneness with his Gods, I know how daunting a task it can be because when you look deep into the abyss, the abyss stares back at you and as is written in the Bible, "We are legion".
After a short silence, Abbass Doobeez is back again and am sure as usual he won't disappoint. Here's are some behind the scene photos from the video shoot of his track "Back Then". Check out the photos;
If you’ve been following the Kenyan showbiz scene, then you would know that some of the best “spitters in the game”, have been beefing for a while now. Rappers have been involved in this beef that has perhaps brought the best of Kenyan Rap competition. However, the most epic clashes have been between "up-and-coming young'ns" artists & the artists who've been around much longer.
Together they made one of the strongest bonds from Nairobi’s K-South hood. With their legendary hits, Bamboo and Abbas were simply inseparable; always hanging out together, dropping hits together and even having each other’s back. But who thought tables could be turned?
We’ve been here before but yet again we’re here. Well, last evening, Kenyan Rap legend Abbas Kubaff aka Doobeez of K – South, went on a short twitter rant tearing apart Kibera’s finest, Octopizzo.
An IRATE Abbas called the one and only Ghafla female writer,yours truly making threats and throwing tantrums over the article we wrote about him popping the question to a certain young lass.
Cupid seems to have struck again!This time Abbas is the target.It is alleged that Abbas is about to get married again!
10 years ago this past Saturday, Kenya lost a talented rapper to road carnage. That was a big blow to Kenya's fledgling entertainment scene. The blow sent Kenya's rap scene reeling and Kenyans mourning.