Maddox drops new banger with Joefes and Kappy dubbed ‘Pose Za Kunguru’ (Video)

Edu Maddox, who is one third of Rieng hitmakers Boondocks Gang, has released a new jam alongside Joefes (Mbuzi Gang) and Kappy (Team Ganji) and it slaps so hard.

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The song dubbed Pose Za Kunguru, which means a reven’s pose, has been ruling the airwaves since it came out a few days ago and to be honest we also love it or we would not be reviewing it, would we?

Listening to this track made me appreciate the creativity of these youngsters as well as the evolution of Genge music because it takes you back to the early 2000s when the likes of Jua Cali and Nonini were a big deal.


I had a difficult time determining who is who on this jam since they kind of sound the same. Anyway, I must say that the guys first verse verse as well as the last did a good job.

I strongly believe that the two are Joefes and Maddox. Well, I could also be wrong but the truth is that I totally loved how they were playing around with words and making effortless rhymes.

The hook on this track is also very catchy and you are likely to master it after listening to it once. The beat is so dope so much so that you will retain this jam on your playlist for a very long time.

Listen to Pose Za Kunguru below and tell us what you think.

Boondocks Gang has teamed up with Joefes and Iphoolish on ‘Vuvuzela’ and it’s a massive hit (Video)

Boondocks Gang, a group that is made up of Ex Ray, Odi Wa Murang’a and Edu Maddox, has teamed up with Joefes and Iphoolish on a new jam and we are really feeling it.

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The song dubbed Vuvuzela epitomizes the growth of the trio since they made their debut on the local entertainment scene with Rieng in December 2018.

Odi Wa Murang'a
Odi Wa Murang’a

As you listen to this jam, you realize how the group has matured musically over the last few months. Their wordplay, rhymes, punchlines and general flow have really improved since we first came to know about them.

One of the people who really impressed me in this jam is of course Odi Wa Murang’a. His verse begins in Kikuyu and I think that the main reason why I love it never mind the fact that I don’t even understand the language.

Notably, the hook by Ex Ray is also catchy easy to master. Trust me, you’ll just find yourself singing along to the song because it’s so lit.

I also loved Joefes’ verse. I’m actually ashamed to say that I dismissed him the day I first heard a song by him. Had I known he was this talented, maybe I would have been easy on him.


The beat for this jam is dope. As you are listening to it, a picture of people getting down to it comes to your head and that simply means that it’s a club banger.

Listen to Vuvuzela below and tell us what you think.