The crew which rose to prominence in early 2020, have been making airwaves ever since, as they completely took over the Gengetone scene.
Mbogi Genje however, have since went on to add more admirers with Popular ODM Senator James Orengo admitting that he was a major fan of the crew.
The Senator went on to praise Mbogi Genje's latest hit Warena as he alluded to Mbogi Genje's lyrical prowess.
The three Mbogi Genje Crew members, have since met up with the Senator. Orengo is one of Kenya's greatest legal minds, as well as being Raila's biggest ally.
Hence, he is mostly known for his no-nonsense approach to key political issues as he offers his support to Raila and ODM who have in the past been at odds with Kenyan Governments.
However, as he linked up with the Gengetone crew, a smiling Orengo danced happily, as one of the Mbogi Genje Crew members rapped the 'Warena' lyrics.
He also signed off with their signature two fist greeting which stood for Ngumi Mbwegze, a representation of Mbogi Genje.
"Mbogi Genje wamemuok na wakanipeleka na rieng." Orengo said in his appreciation post for artists and the Mbogi Genje crew.
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