Rapper Breeder LW Explains The Hardships Upcoming Artists Undergo

Kenya has greatly improved in the music industry in recent years. Music is actually one of the sectors which is surviving in the entertainment industry amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Even though there are no events for musicians, the industry hasn’t suffered a lot, compared to other sectors. Becoming a famous artist is not a walk in the park. Listening to most artist’s story, they tarmacked for some years before getting to the top.

One of them is rapper Breeder LW. The immensely talented singer has even been compared to Khaligraph Jones and termed as his ‘heir’. Anyway, the singer has disclosed his love for music, and claims that it was tough for him before reaching where he is now. He wrote;

Music means a lot to me… I kept the faith, hard work and consistency to get to where I am right now.

When I started out as an up and coming rapper it was so hard to just get your music heard. Getting studio time and fees was nearly impossible. No one to coach you, guide you, mentor you, hold your hand and show you any form of light at the end of the tunnel. All I had was a burning desire and passion that prompted me to grasp every opportunity I got, I would make sure I did my best be it in cyphers, rap battles, freestyles or any songs I was featured in. I put myself in the game and eventually my persistence paid off…”

Breeder has now done several collabos with artists such as rapper Khaligraph Jones and he’s making it big in the industry. Hardwork indeed pays!


Here’s Breeder’s Savage Response To A Fan Who Dared To Troll Him!

Undoubtedly, Breeder is becoming a big deal in the music industry. He has done various collabos with renowned artists, some of which have become hit songs. The rapper has plans to do more collabos but it seems like he hasn’t decided yet who to collaborate with.

When he asked his fans who they want him to do a collabo with, some saw this as an opportunity to troll him.

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”Mnataka Bazenga Daddii afanye collabo na nani next?”

One of his fans wrote,

”Hizo maswali zenyu pelekeni huko kwa choo.ati nifanye collabo na nani???budaa!!! Kwani aujui kitu ulikuja kufanya kwa industry…yoh.”

Breeder didn’t entertain the fan as he immediately clapped back with a savage response saying,

”Unajiita Heavyweight na unataka kulia apa kwa comments”

The rapper’s response seemed to have culminated other reactions from his fans, with some supporting him against the fan.

Breeder is gradually jumping into the scene with his amazing tunes and verses. Days ago, he revealed that he’s charging Ksh 1 Million to perform on a show. His value is definitely upgrading.

We can’t wait for more amazing music from him.

Know Your Worth- Breeder Announces He’s Now Charging Ksh 1M For Shows

Music is currently one of the well paying art in the local entertainment industry. The industry has also grown tremendously in the past few years, leading to more and more artists becoming famous and making a descent living out of it. While most singers struggle to make it to the top, some just keep adding in value through their music.

One of them is Kenyan Hip-hop artist Breeder. The singer has set his price for shows and doesn’t seem to settle for less on this.

AUDIO | Breeder LW – MASAA NI MBAYA | Download MP3 | Mzuka Kibao

Speaking in an interview, the rapper says that he will be charging $10,000 per performance.

”Nimesema 10,000 USD per performance.”

Breeder is currently a big deal in the local music industry. The rapper has a couple of freestyle songs. Talking of being a big deal, he has done several collabos with different artists, including the OG himself, Khaligraph Jones.

He featured in the popular ‘Khali Cartel 3’ which was released a year ago and has since gained over 3 millions views on YouTube. He has also done collabos with Benzema, Exray, among others. Breeder is one of the few Hip-hop artists that are taking Kenya’s music industry by storm. His impeccable talent will definitely take him further than where he currently is.

ONE ON ONE: Why Breeder LW and Ssaru don’t mind dating sugar mummies or sponsors (Video)

Many people have different opinions when it comes to relationships and everyone has something they are looking for in their partners. When it comes to choosing one’s partner, age is one of the vital things to consider.

Also read: ONE ON ONE: “Acha kukataa na pesa zangu!” Breeder LW calls out Benzema (Video)

For some artists however, age is just but a number. In an interview hosted by Caroline Mukami, Paul Baraka alias Breeder LW and Sylvia Saru, popularly known as SSaru decided to shed some light on this matter.

Breeder LW
Breeder LW

The Ni Kubaya hit maker said that he does not mind dating a sugar mummy as long as she is helping him achieve his dreams and ambitions.

When asked how old is too old for him, the rapper confirmed that he would not date a woman who is 40 years and that 34 to 36 years is okay for him.

He does not agree with the idea of just sitting down and enjoying the ride though. “Bora ni sugar mummy wa maana,” Breeder LW explained.


When the same question was put across to SSaru, she confidently agreed that she would also date an older man as long as he also supports her goals.

The 18-year-old singer also confirmed that she is single. I am sure this gave a lot of the suitors hope as she did not also specify the age range of the sponsors that she would not mind dating.

There you have it. For the sugar mummies and sponsors who want to win Breeder LW and SSaru hearts, I just got you some leakage. May the best suitors win!

Watch the interview below.


ONE ON ONE: “Acha kukataa na pesa zangu!” Breeder LW calls out Benzema (Video)

Fast – rising Kenyan rapper Paul Baraka, well known as Breeder LW, has fired shots at Benzema- who is one third of the Ochungulo Family.

The two artists who collaborated and released a song, Do Re Mi late last year seem to be at loggerheads. The song which has managed to get 530,000 views over the past 11 months has been a massive hit. The choice of words used in the song are rather stunning.

In an interview with Caroline Mukami from Ghafla, the Genjeness hit maker promised to take legal action against Benzema. Breeder LW revealed that the artist who also goes by the name Alejandro, owes him so much money to the tune of  KSh3.5 million which he claims to be his royalties.


Benzema is a creative genius but we don't say it enough
Benzema Alejandro

He said “Akona pesa yangu mingi…Nikona court case inakuja soon…He has millions of shillings…Benzema has been stealing my royalties…so asijifanye ni pesa zake anakuja kusafisha”. Apparently this has been going on for a year and it seems that Alejandro has been avoiding the hip hop artist for quite some time.

He added that he has tried to reach out to Benzema but to no avail. The Ni Kubaya artist plans to sue if he will not be paid back his money. Will the two artists ever work together again despite the differences they have?

Are they going to settle their differences one on one or is the matter going to be settled in court? I am also eager to see how this story unveils. Seems there is a new beef in town so let us enjoy it for as long as it lasts!




Willis Raburu’s weeks-old ‘Kalale’ tune goes viral, hits 1M views on YouTube (Video)

Willis Raburu meant his word after revealing he would be going into music for his love of Gengetone and trust you me, he just went Big with his debut hit!

August 28, the kid paired up with Ethic’s Rekless, fast-rising rapper Breeder LW, Genge star Mejja and beauty queen, Ssaru for their jam Kalale.


Also read: Wild reactions after Willis Raburu’s controversial post of ratchet Kenyan socialite (Photo)

Barely a week since, the video directed by veteran Kenyan producer, J Blessing clocked a solid 1M views and over. Impressed that it actually worked to his advantage, the Citizen TV journalist aka ‘Bazu’ screamed at the top of his voice;


Mr Raburu aka Bazu

Also read: “It felt like a stab wound to the heart,” Willis Raburu’s ex, Marya Prude speaks for first time since nasty breakup

It was not even about the massive reception but the fact that he dared to dream that he would one day find his place in the music industry and shocking enough, it blew right before his eyes. His first track had garnered so many views to his utter surprise.

For a start, for a DREAM I HAD! FIRST TIME! Thank you for believing in a dream and a vision!

Media personality, Willis Raburu

Having gone viral, just like South Africa’s Jerusalema anthem, Kenyans have already stated a #kalalechallenge to mark the signature debut that was served hot!

Fans took to the comment section to laud the Wabebe fanatic for a job ruthlessly done!

_epic.ngaash_ Bazuu iendelee kuwaka???????? 4ever????????congrats men..mmefika place fiti


ziro_jeremih This is Fiiire????????????



Congratulations to the team! Watch:

Mejja is undeniably Kenya’s king of collabos

If you’re a Kenyan musician and you want your song to do extremely well, then you have no other option than to look for Major Nameye Khadija, known to you and I as Mejja. The rules are quite simple.

Also read: We want the old Mejja back and we are not joking

Mejja is proving to be the King of Kenyan collabos with every subsequent release. Interestingly, very little is heard of Kristoff who held that position for a very long time but that is a story for another day, isn’t it?

Mejja with Femi One on Utawezana

Since the year began, every song that he has been featured on has topped East African charts, including the latest one with Jovial dubbed Pakate. It was released barely 48 hours ago yet it has already crossed the 160,000 views.

Of course, we have to mention Utawezana, where Mejja was featured by Femi One. It is literally the biggest song this year. We can argue until the cows come home but we both know that I’m right.

Others are Prakata, that Mejja did with Willy Paul, Kalale – which he did with Willis Raburu, Ssaru, Breeder LW and Rekless, Watoto Na Pombe, where he was featured by Otile Brown.

Mejja poses for a photo with Willy Paul

There’s also Wanani Remix where Mejja outshone every other person and Mpenzi Mtazamaji, which he did with his longtime friend Madtraxx and Ochunglo Family.

Clearly, this lad is on a roll because all the aforementioned songs are big hits. All of them. And to think that there was a time when people, including myself, said that he lost relevance after joining The Kansoul.

What drove most of us to this conclusion was that he was no longer the comical story teller that most of us grew up to love. Somehow, lost this special skill that set him apart after teaming up with Madtraxx and Kid Kora.

The Kansoul
The Kansoul

If you are keen, I am sure you’ve have noticed how has been re inventing himself, trying to get back to the Mejja who treated us to hit like Kuliendaje, Poa, Barua, just to name a few.

That explains why every artist wants Mejja on their song. He has rediscovered himself, if that makes sense, so every jam that he is on just does well. He’s like that one ingredient that if you add to your food, it makes a big difference.

There’s a lot that that artists who are trying to make a comeback on the local music scene can learn from Mejja and that is the power of patience and re-invention. He should probably do a masterclass.

We have not seen the best of Mejja yet. Word is going around that he will soon drop another song dubbed Wamocho with Mbogi Genje and my good friend Richy Haniel. Even before I hear it, I know that it will be a big hit.

Mejja with Richy Haniel and members of Mbogi Genje

ONE ON ONE: Breeder LW opens up about his musical journey, the Gengetone wave and future projects

I’m a big fan of Breeder LW. In my opinion, he is one of the fastest rising artists in Kenya. His approach to music is very unique and the chances that you’ll love his songs the first time you listen to them are very high.

Also read: Breeder LW, a musical genius who is pushing the limits

I have always wanted to interview him so I reached out about a fortnight ago and he was kind enough to return my phone call.

Breeder LW

We spoke about a number of things including; his musical journey, the Gengetone wave, influences, future projects and whatnot.

You should have seen the shock on my face when I learnt that he has been doing music since 2013. The reason I was taken aback was because most people came to know him after he featured on Khali Cartel 3 in 2019.

Breeder also shared his thoughts on the Gengetone wave. People have been saying that the sound – which has ruled the airwaves  for the last two years – became boring and it’s now a thing of the past.

Breeder LW
Breeder LW

However, Breeder LW does not share these sentiments. According to him, the sound is alive and what’s happening is that it’s evolving and during this phase some artists will be phased out while others will continue to shine.

I also asked the Inde hitmaker if he has ever considered joining a group and he told me that he was in a duo when he was starting off but it’s not something he would consider at the moment because it would limit him.

I am sure you are wondering how he got to feature on Khaligraph Jones’ Khali Cartel 3, the song that introduced him to Kenyans, and apparently, they met in 2019 and he promised to work with him in future.

Asked who he looks up to in the local industry, Breeder LW told this writer that he that he admires all the successful musicians and tries to borrow something from each of them.

Listen to the full interview below.

Artist Spotlight: Breeder LW, a musical genius who is pushing the limits

I’m ashamed to say this but the truth is that I first heard of the name Breeder LW when Khaligraph featured him on Khali Cartel 3. He had a dope verse in that jam, if you’ve never listened to it, you probably should.

Also read: Gengetone is still alive, kind of

Anyway, as they say, better late than never. With time, I’ve grown to love Breeder LW’s music and I think he’ll go far if he keeps doing what he is doing at the moment.

Breeder LW
Breeder LW

Other than the fact that he has a deep voice, somewhat like Odi Wa Murang’a, as you listen to his songs, you’ll notice that he has a unique flow. Put simply, you just want to keep listening to him as he does his thing.

I don’t know about you but Breeder LW, also known as Bazenga Daddii, reminds me of the days when Calif Records churned out great musical acts. I’m sure if the record label had not collapsed, he would be singed there.

Breeder LW

One of the things that sets him apart from most Gengetone artists is that there is some maturity in his lyrics. He puts a lot of thought into his work, at least that is what I feel when I listen to his tracks.

To add to that, his wordplay skills are on point because he comes up with some of the best rhymes ever. Breeder LW is a natural and I’m happy that Kenyans are now paying attention to his music, if you are not then you should.

Watch his latest track dubbed Genjeness below and tell us what you think. Enjoy!

Breeder LW comes through on ‘Kitu Nono Remix’ alongside Ssaru, Maandy and Boutross (Video)

The much-anticipated Kitu Nono Remix by Breeder LW, Ssaru, Maandy, Boutross Munene, Denzel Kong and Mastar VK is finally out and it’s a big tune.

Also read: Gengetone is still alive, kind of

If you thought the original version, which was released in December 2019, was dope then you haven’t seen anything yet because the remix is out of this word, quite literally.

Boutross teams up with Xeniah Manasseh and Zikki on 'Pendeka'
Boutross Munene

To be honest, I’ve listened to Kitu Nono Remix a couple of times and the more I play it is the more I love it because it is so infectious.

All the artists who were featured on this track brought their A-Games and I find it hard to decide whose verse I loved the most because they all nailed it.

Take for instance Breeder LW who is on the first verse. His flow and wordplay skills are so dope and you just want to keep listening to him as he does his thing because it sounds so pleasant to the ears.


The two ladies on this jam i.e. Maandy and Ssaru also killed it. They both have good lyrical skills and I would not be surprised if either of them becomes Kenya’s next biggest femcee.

I’m a huge fan of Boutross Munene, who is one third of the Alliance Domini Family (ADF), so naturally you’d expect me to say that he did a good job but believe you me, he really came through on this one.

Denzel Kong and Mastar VK did not disappoint either. Both of them have some great punchlines that will leave you scratching your head as you try to make sense of it all and that is not a bad thing or is it?

I really love the beat on this jam. If you ask me, the producer deserves a pat on the back for the good work. The video is also awesome, with some impeccable shots.

Watch Kitu Nono below and tell us what you think.

Breeder LW links up with Joefes, High Grade and Koffi Machete on ‘Fuliza Remix’ (Video)

Breeder LW, who is the fastest rising Gengetone artist in Kenya at the moment, has been featured on Fuliza Remix alongside High Grade, Koffi Machete and Joefes and it’s a big tune.

Also read: Breeder LW, a musical genius who is pushing the limits

As expected, the remix is way better than the original and to be honest, I was not expecting anything less seeing the artists who are featured on it.

Koffi Machete

Like I always say, when it comes to Gengetone jams, you should not just focus on the raunchiness but the wordplay and rhymes because that’s the only way that you’ll realize that these youngsters are really talented.

I really love this jam. I’ve listened to it couple of times since it was released and I still can’t get enough of it and that is exactly how you know that it’s a big tune.

All the artists who were featured on Fuliza Remix really brought their A-game. They not only have some dope lyrics but after listening to it I am sure you’ll agree with me that their flow is out of this world.’

Take for instance Breeder LW, who I must say I’m a huge fan of. He totally aced it and it’s likely that your finger will be stuck on the replay button as you listen to his verse.


The four people who make up High Grade i.e. Sting, Brisy Waynes, Cartoon 47 The Wolf and Lastborn also nailed it, especially the first two because that hook is fire.

Koffi Machete and Joefes did not disappoint either, they both had sick verses and to add to that, their rhymes aren’t so predictable.

The beat was produced by Mavo On The Beat and perhaps that explains why it is very catchy because he is one of the best beat makers in Kenya at the moment.

I absolutely love the video. Although the concept is quite simple, the execution was excellent. The locations, lighting, props, styling and vixens are also on point.

Watch Fuliza Remix below and tell us what you think.

Breeder LW comes through with ‘Genjeness’ (Video)

Breeder LW, who is arguably one of the most sought after Gengetone artists in Kenya at the moment, has released a new track and it’s a big tune.

Also read: Gengetone is still alive, kind of

The jam dubbed Genjeness has been getting a lot of airplay since it came out a few hours ago and to be honest, we’re also feeling it.

Breeder LW

Most people, including myself, came to know about Breeder LW after Khaligraph Jones featured him on Khali Cartel 3 and he has continued to amaze us with every subsequent release.

In Genjeness, the singer proves that he didn’t come to play as he showcases his smooth flow and dope wordplay skills that will leave you scratching your head as you try to make sense of it all.

He is quite interesting to listen to because he has a unique ability to match random words. His punchlines are also on point.

Breeder LW
Breeder LW

One of the things that makes Breeder LW stand out is his deep baritone. I don’t know about you but sometimes I sort of feel like he sounds like Odi Wa Murang’a but then again maybe it’s just me.

The beat and instrumentation on Genjeness are impeccable. Other than the fact that they make this song very catchy, they also blend well with Breeder LW’s vibe, flow and tempo. Kudos to Boutross Munene for the good work.

I absolutely love the video. I think it was executed brilliantly. Everything was on point, from the vixens, the location, the props, the lighting, the concept down to the editing.

Watch Genjeness below and tell us what you think.

Nelly The Goon teams up with Odi Wa Murang’a, Breeder LW and The Only Delo in ‘Riba’ (Video)

The highly-anticipated jam by Nelly The Goon, Odi Wa Murang’a, The Only Delo, Breeder LW, DJ Kaywise, Nifty Boi and VDJ Jones is finally out and we are really feeling it.

Also read: Gengetone is still alive, kind of

The track dubbed Riba, which is a Sheng word that means story, has been getting a lot of airplay since it was released a few hours ago and to be honest, it deserves all the attention that it’s getting because it’s really dope.

Odi Wa Murang'a
Odi Wa Murang’a

Ladies and gentlemen, this song is really infectious and perhaps that explains why I’ve listened to it more the twenty times since it came out. I’m not even kidding.

The musicians who were featured on Riba were well thought-out. It is such a dope combination of talents and if you ask me, this is the best Gengetone jam of 2020. Yup, I said it.

Odi Wa Murang’a totally aced that hook. To be honest, I do not even understand what he is saying but it just sounds pleasant to the ears.

Nelly The Goon also had a sick verse. However, I would prefer that he avoids being raunchy since that is too old now seeing as we are in 2020.

The Only Delo

The Only Delo really came through on Riba. He always has a unique way of expressing himself in songs and to add to that, he is simply interesting to listen to.

Breeder LW did not disappoint either. He is always dope. I was also impressed by the Nigerian artist who goes by the name Nifty Boi. He really spiced up Riba with his English flow because he’s also a bad ass rapper.

The beat on this track is impeccable. Listening to it makes you feel like hitting your local club and having a good time and that is not a bad thing or is it?

The video for this jam is also really dope. I totally love the quality. The styling and scene transitioning were also good and I thing whoever directed it deserves a pat on the back.

Watch Riba below and tell us what you think.

Gengetone gospel should not become a thing!

There is a new music genre called Gengetone gospel and as much as it slaps so hard, I just hope it does not become a thing because it just seems like a mockery of God. Actually, it is.

Also read: Gengetone is still alive, kind of

It all started when Bahati released a song dubbed Taniua with Boondocks Gang which is made up of Ex Ray, Maddox and Odi Wa Murang’a. They are the guys behind hits such as Mboko Haram, Rieng and Kidolee.

Boondocks Gang and Magix Enga on Rewind it
Boondocks Gang

Mr Seed followed suit with Kwa Hao alongside Vuva 34 GVNG, Breeder LW, Maddox, Dezian and Kartelo. I know it is only a matter of time before Willy Paul drops his.

Sooner or later upcoming artists will think its okay to release such songs because their role models and the bigwigs in the industry are doing so and it is then that things will get out of control.

Also read: Kenyan gospel artists must wake up

I don’t know about you but I think the fact that gospel musicians are tasked with spreading God’s word should mean something.

They should not mix the gospel with all these dirty songs. It is completely wrong. I did not say that I have a problem with Gengetone, I enjoy it probably more than you but just not when associated with God’s word.


A few days ago, I was watched an interview where Bahati why he did a collabo with Boondocks Gang and he said that he is trying to win them over to Christ.

What a joke. Their song was motivated by the need to make money and grow their fan bases. As such, it;s very wrong for Bahati to claim that he is leading Boondocks Gang to Christ because they will continue to make raunchy music.

Even in the song where Bahati featured them, Boondocks Gang threw in some coded and dirty Sheng words and they made me wonder what motivated them to poke fun at God and shoot the video in a Church to rub it in his face.

Watch Taniua below by Bahati and Boondocks Gang.

Odi Wa Murang’a titled teams up with Benzema and Breeder LW ‘Nyege Nyege’ (Video)

There are days when Gengetone artists make me extremely happy and today is one of days. I have been listening to a new jam by Breeder LW, Odi Wa Murang’a and Benzema and to be honest, I am so amazed by their creativity.

Also read: Stop looking for content from new-age musicians

The track dubbed Nyege Nyege has been ruling the airwaves since it was released a few days ago and it is not hard to understand why. Ladies and gentlemen, this song is really dope. I’m not exaggerating.

Odi Wa Murang'a
Odi Wa Murang’a

Like I always say, if you chose to ignore the raunchiness of the lyrics and focus on the wordplay and rhymes, you will realize that some of these Gengetone artists are amazing lyricists.

I’ve been listening to this jam on repeat over the last few days and one things is for sure, it’s really infectious. I don’t know if it’s just me but this song will put you in a good mood as you listen to it.

The verses on Nyege Nyege are really sick. For instance, you have to admit that Breeder LW did a good job. This guy has a unique ability to play around with words and you just want to keep listening to him.

Breeder LW

As expected, Benzema also aced it. I know you’ll agree with me that he had the illest verse on this track and for him it is never really about rhyming but the things that he says. He has a way of getting his points across.

For instance, in this jam he says “Twende twende nina maradhi radhi ya ngono ngono*2, na leo naekelea si betslip ni rungu hongera, ntakugwara saa ya ngono na aloe vera, panga line kama Rono na Vera.” It’s so dope right?

Odi Wa Murang’a, who’s one third of Boondocks Gang, did not disappoint either. Apart from delivering a dope hook, he also had a lit verse and for him it has everything to do with his hoarse voice.

The beat on this song is also impeccable. It blends really well with the musicians’ styles and tempos. To add to that, it just gives off some good vibes

Listen to Nyege Nyege below and tell us what you think. Enjoy!


Ochunglo Family’s Benzema and Breeder LW have linked up on a new jam titled ‘Inde’ and it’s too lit (Video)

Do you guys remember Breeder LW? The chap who amazed Kenyans when he dropped a dope verse on Khaligraph’s Khali Cartel 3? If you do, then you would be pleased to know that he has a new jam.

Breeder LW has linked up with Ochunglo Family’s Benzema, also known as Alejandro, and some guy who goes by the name Jimito on a new song titled Inde and it slaps really hard.

Inde is a Sheng word that means. It’s a corruption of innadi which I sure most of you are familiar with. Basically, it is used to shrug off people who think you are missing out on something.

Benzema and Breeder LW
Benzema and Breeder LW

I really love this jam. I’ve been playing it since it was released a few days ago and I still like it. Every time I play it, it’s as if I am listening to it for the first time. I’m not even exaggerating but this is a masterpiece.

The lyricism on this jam is unmatched. I don’t know about you but it took me back to the early and mid 2000’s when the Genge wave was sweeping across the country.

Breeder LW’s verse was totally dope. Believe you me, his punchlines and rhymes will leave you scratching your head as you try trying to understand what he meant. To add to that he has this deep bass like Odi Wa Murang’a.

To be honest, this was my first time listening to a jam by Jimito but I was not disappointed. This chap has some good rhymes and killer flow. I kid you not.


As expected, Bezema really came through on this jam. His verse seemed so effortless. At some point, he said, “Class 5 science ilikua na njaro kutuonyesha vagina ndani ya daro,” and I could not believe my ears.

Notably, the beat on this jam is also on point. More than anything, this is what will make you miss the early and mid 2000s when Genge was gaining popularity. Props to the producer – Son of Ojuka.

Watch Inde below and tell us what you think.

Ochunglo Family’s Benzema has teamed up Breeder LW on ‘Do Re Mi’ and it’s a banger (Video)

Benzema, who is one third of popular Gengetone group Ochunglo Family, has dropped a new song with Breeder LW – who became a household name after dropping a lit verse in Khali Cartel 3.

The song dubbed Do Re Mi, has been receiving massive airplay on local TV and radio stations since it was released a few weeks ago.

This is one of the very few songs that you know is dope even before you listen to it because let’s be honest, when has Benzema, also known as Alejandro, ever disappointed us?

Benzema and Breeder LW
Breeder LW and Benzema David

This jam is so dope. Actually, I was pissed that it’s only two minutes and 51 seconds long. In my opinion it should be above six minutes because of it’s absolutely awesome.

Breeder LW really came through on this jam. His verse is on flames ladies and gentlemen, you just want to listen to him over and over. He also did justice to the hook.

As expected, Benzema’s verse was also tight. In my opinion, this chap is the prince of Gengetone punchlines and the way he does it, he makes it seem so effortless.

The  beat on this jam is also dope. I particularly loved how it fuses well with Benzema’s verse, I just kept nodding my head whole time. Props to the producer. I honestly can’t wait for the video!

Watch Do Re Mi below and tell us what you think.