‘Megarider’ of 20 years ago brought to life by Nameless featuring Kaligraph Jones-The OGs

When Nameless said ‘Respect your Elders, I started singing while you were still in diapers,’in the The Kansouls ‘Moto wa Kuotea mbali ‘, he knew he had a definite stand in Music since long ago.


Nameless is once again on the scene with ‘Megarider remix’ featuring Kaligraph Jones.The production  done by the magic master Cedric Kadenyi alias Cedo and directed by VJ One.

Originally the song Megarider was done in 1999 by Nameless after winning a radio Talent search.The producer of the song then being  Ted Josiah.The song was about a discount bus ticket from the perspective of a Nairobi campus boy.

Lyrical master…

As he drops this new jam, Nameless has proven that in the Music art consistency is important.The song brings out the early 2000s nostalgia of the struggles of using the ‘Megarider‘ for transport.

With this Nameless puts it simply that he is here to stay,

“I started from the bottom, now am here(yeah) Ready to conquer next year with no fear.

Whatever that I have been through,They’ve got no idea but am still here (still am, still am still here)”

Going on,Nameless is basically talking about his journey in Music both the ups and downs that  have obviously defined his success story since 1999 to date.

The video in itself gives you the grove and in the back ground Lydia Ndwiga brings out the luscious taste in the song with ‘Megarider” line and the sultry moves.

The 21st Century self proclaimed OG, Kaligraph Jones in his part did not disappoint in his verses with his rap prowess,

“Men am turnt up no liqour, no tembe Is am all over rocking the airwaves  This time around with Mr. Mathenge Na pita na speaker ka Peter Marende Store ka mluhya pikanga sembe Danger ka mtoi akishikanga wembe Megarider inapita si twende (Raaah!)”

Clearly, after the play Kenyan Music noise, this is the kind of music that has redefined the industry in terms of creativity.

When you thought Kenyan Music had been thrown in the gutters, then the real OGs come out with this banger. The song was released on the 20th anniversary of Nameless’s journey in Music.

As you keep wondering what happens with Kenyan Music.This should change your opinion. I give it a 9/10 rating. Watch, listen and tell us what you think.