Rico Gang teams up with Boondocks Gang on sizzling track ‘Fimbo’ (Video)

Rico Gang, the Kenyan group that is famed for hits such as; ChachishaKimonyoski and F*ckboy, has released a new jam alongside Boondocks Gang and we can’t get enough of it.

Also read: New-age musicians are so unpredictable and that’s the beauty of music

Dubbed Fimbo, the track has been ruling the airwaves since it was released a few days ago and it is not really hard to understand why because it’s too lit.

Boondocks Gang and Magix Enga on Rewind it
Boondocks Gang

I have listen to this song a couple of times since it came out and every time I play it, I marvel at the creativity of these youngsters.

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 are amazing lyricists. I am dead serious.

All the artists who were featured on Fimbo did a good job so much so that it’s hard to choose whose verse I loved the most so we’ll just talk about each of them briefly.

As expected, Ex Ray killed it. To date, I can’t tell what I like more between his unique voice and his unique ability to play around with words. The same applies to Odi Wa Murang’a.

Rico Gang
Rico Gang

Gray Cee, who is the only lass in this jam, didn’t disappoint either. Notably, she also has an impeccable flow and she is generally just interesting to listen to.

Tirand Rands and Harry Craze also came through. They had some sick verses, the kind that will make you rewind the song as you try to make sense of what they are saying.

Of course, Edu Maddox also delivered. Every time I listen to this lag I can’t help but wonder why he is so underrated because he is very talented.

The beat on this track is dope. It get you in a good mood from the moment you hit the play button. Other than that, it also blends well with the artists’ styles and tempos.

Listen to Fimbo below and tell us what you think.

Rico Gang’s Harry Craze teams up with B Razor and Venrick in sizzling banger ‘Stima Na Maji'(Video)

Gengetone artist Harry Craze, who is one third of Chachisha hitmakers Rico Gang, has released a new song alongside B Razor (34 GVNG) and Venrick and it’s a big tune.

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

The track titled Stima Na Maji has been ruling the airwaves since it was released a few days ago and to be honest, we are also feeling it or else we would not be reviewing it, would we?

B Razor

As you listen to this track, you not only appreciate the creativity of these youngsters but also the evolution of Kenyan rap. We’ve come a long way.

All the three artists who were featured in this jam have a unique ability to play around with words and come up with some impeccable rhymes that will leave you scratching your head as you try to make sense of it all.

If I had to single one out then of course I would rally behind because I am such a huge fan of Rico Gang and the chap. In my opinion, he is one of the most underrated Gengetone artists.

Harry Craze

Apart from having a unique voice, Harry Craze also has a mad flow and maybe just maybe that is what sets him apart from his counterparts.

I’m not saying that B Razor and Venrick are whack. They are actually as good as Harry Craze. Actually, I’m also a big fan of the former. However, I must say that I wasn’t really impressed by his verse on this jam.

The beat is also impeccable. It slaps really hard especially if you have a good system or earphones. Believe you me, it is more than likely that you will retain this song n your playlist for the rest of the year.

I don’t really have much to say about the video apart from the fact that it’s too cliche. You know, it’s about time these Gengetone artists and their videographers started thinking outside the box instead of having the same video format.

Watch Stima Na Maji below and tell us what you think.


Ex Ray, Magix Enga, Timmy, Kristoff, Jua Cali and Harry Craze drop highly-anticipated jam ‘Nyoka Ya Shaba’ (Video)

The much-awaited track by Andrew Kibe, Kamene Goro, Xtian Dela, Ex Ray, Magix Enga, Timmy Tdat, Kristoff, Jua Cali and Harry Craze titled Nyoka Ya Shaba is finally out and it is eliciting mixed reactions from their fans.

Although the song, which was released a few days ago, has been rocking the airwaves it has left Kenyans wondering if Gengetone is on its deathbed with some saying the sound has become too cliche and/or predictable.


Magix Enga, Kamene Goro, Ex Ray and Xtian Dela.
Magix Enga, Kamene Goro, Ex Ray and Xtian Dela.

I have listened to the jam a couple of times since it came out and to be honest, I so indifferent because part of me was wowed and at the same time I feel there is nothing to write home about it.

I must give it to the musicians who were featured in this jam. I really loved how they were playing around with words and their rhymes were also sick.

If I had to pick 3 artists whose flow totally jazzed me then I’d settle on Timmy Tdat, Harry Craze and of course Baba Yao himself Jua Cali.

I’m not saying that Kristoff, Ex Ray and Magix Enga didn’t come through on Nyoka Ya Shaba, they actually did. The hook by the latter is so infectious that you will fill yourself singing along in no time.

Kristoff, who is often referred to as the King of Collabos, also aced it. His verse is so catchy and I am pretty sure you won’t forget the part where he said, “Niaje Kamene (mambo), kam nikukiss hii si Kameme (eiii).”

The artists who were featured in this song were well-thought out because their styles complement each other. Think of it like having the best of different worlds. I only wish they had included Rekless or Swat Mtoto Wa Eunice.

Magix Enga, Harry Craze and Ex Ray
Magix Enga, Harry Craze and Ex Ray

The beat by Magix Enga was sick. As you listen to this song, you can picture people busting moves to it at a party or a club.

The video, which was directed by the one and only VJ One, was also impeccable. Other than the sexy vixens, you will also agree with me that it had some dope shots and the scene transitioning was flawless.

In as much as I love this jam, I have to say that as you listen to it you can feel that Gengetone is dead because it does not slap as hard as the songs which were released in 2019 but then again maybe it’s just me.

Watch Nyoka Ya Shaba below and tell us what you think. Enjoy!

Rico Gang wraps up the year with a smashing hit dubbed ‘Jegi’ featuring VDJ Jones (Video)

Rico Gang, the Kenyan group that is famed for hits such as; Chachisha, Kimonyoski and F*ckboy, has released a new jam that we can’t get enough of.

Also read: New-age musicians are so unpredictable and that’s the beauty of music

Dubbed Jegi, which is a Sheng word that means a woman’s derriere or ass, the latest single by the group that is made up of Harry Craze, Tirand Rands and Gray Cee has tongues wagging.

Rico Gang
Rico Gang


If you ask me, I’ll tell you that this is their best jam so far. Everything is on point, from the lyricism to the beat to the video.

For starters, we must agree that these guys have impeccable wordplay and witty rhymes. For instance, there is a part where Tirand Rands says, “Nabonga chafu ni kama nimemeza duster, rungu strong cd yangu huwa plaster.” What!

To add to that, he has deep bass somewhat like Odi Wa Murang’a from Boondocks Gang so much that if you listen to this song for the first time on radio you would easily mistake him for the latter and no one would even blame you.

Harry Craze, who is known for the “Si unajua tu ni nani” phrase also did a decent job. His flow is really dope and it’s likely that you will love his verse more than the rest but then again maybe that’s just me.

Rico Gang
Rico Gang

It’s a fact that Gray Cee, who is the only lass in the group, never disappoints and she did not let us down in this song either. Perhaps the line that most of you will remember is, “Kopesha Tala tununue kishada, supu ya jaba na sembe ya jana.”

To be honest, I wasn’t really pleased with the beat on this jam but maybe it will grow in me with time. The video was really dope though. I particularly loved the coloration.

Watch Jegi below and tell us what you think.

‘Chachisha’ hitmakers Rico Gang are back with ‘Bluetooth Device’ and it’s getting mad love (Video)

Rico Gang, the group that is famed for their Chachisha hit, is back with a new banger that we can’t vibing to.

Also read: Rico Gang has teamed up with Kartelo on a new banger dubbed ‘Kimonyoski’ and we love it (Video)

The new jam by the super-talented group, which is made up of Triand Rands, Gray Cee and Harry Craze, is known as Bluetooz Dewise (Bluetooth Device).

Rico Gang
Rico Gang

If you own a Chinese-made sub woofer, then I’m sure you know what inspired this jam. For those of you who are in the dark, the ‘fake’ subwoofers write or say, “The bluetooz dewise is ready to pair.” when you try to connect your phone or laptop to it. (I hope you get the joke).

Anyway, in the context of this new jam by Rico Gang, it means something different. It implies two adults agreeing to have coitus i.e. they are ready to pair, you get it?

I was impressed by the wordplay by all the three members of the group. They all killed it with their witty rhymes and wordplay.

However, if I was asked to pick one then I would confidently say that Gray Cee, who’s the only lass in the group, totally outshone the rest.

Gray Cee
Gray Cee

In her verse, she says “Huyo chali anadhani mi ni bluetooth, ntamdump nimflash kama pupu, anadhani amenipa majuju, atani marinate anichinje ka kuku, mi ni mjanja siwezi kukupea, hata ukiwasha hotspot flash share, you’re not my type hatuwezi kupair, get out of here I don’t care, FYI mi ni…”

The beat, which was produced by Waka Waka (40 Miles Music), is also on point. As I was listening to the jam, I could visualize people busting moves to it in a club.

Although the video concept was simple, I think it came out well. I really loved the editing and effects. Big up to Samaritan 254.

Watch Bluetooz Dewise (Bluetooth Device) below and tell us what you think.