WHY EVERYONE HAS AN OPINION ON KING KAKA’S NEW MUSIC VIDEO

Last week, Kenyan rapper, entrepreneur, and philanthropist Kennedy Ombima (aka King Kaka) dropped the music video for his single with Kristoff “Utanipata” (“You Will Find

Monski: Kenya’s Need to Know Rapper

It’s no secret that the “femcees” of Kenyan hip hop have been dominating the industry and redefining gender roles with performances over the past decade

Ulimi: A weapon for social change in Kenya.

This song Ulimi, by Flamez and Sue timon is a song that I perceive to be a song that advocates for social change in Kenya.

The face of Kenya’s Hip Hop Scene: Khaligraph Jones

Khaligraph Jones a.k.a Papa Jones born Brian Robert Ouka is an influential Kenyan Rapper who came to the scene when he was 19 years old,

Shad the Storyteller

Representation and roots are the foundation for hip hop.  Without representation, hip hop would arguably not exist.  Further, with culture, comes language.  So when Shadrach Kabango, also known

Wangechi’s World

“It is easy for a guy to be a recognized as a rapper but not so for female rappers,” says Wangechi Waweru; this sentiment is

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