Music is loved by a good number of people globally as it's perceived as a source of entertainment to many. There are different categories of music such as Hip hop, Rnb, Secular and Reggae.
It's good news to Hip hop music lovers as report reaching our desk states that the Narok county Senator Hon. Ledama Ole Kina is currently in one of the Kenyan studios recording his Maasai hip hop song.
According to the source, the Maasai hip hop song is aimed at exposing the Kenyan government on issues of corruption scandals. The lawmamker has been a great critic of the government over the allegations of corruption such as Kemsa, Arror Kamwerer dam and many more where the country has lost millions of shillings.
In conclusion, the move taken by the senator to record and release a song is likely to ignite mixed reactions from the government leaders and citizens at large, what's your take on this, kindly share your thought.
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