Have you listened to this song by Mbuzi gang? The Gengetone industry has officially evolved and some of the participants are our very own creative artists Mbuzi Gang. Taki Taki features Lamaz Span, Kenyan hiphop artist. The song has been cooking for about five months with some artists being dropped because the verses they did were not up to standard.
They also reveal that their next project will be massive as they feature Uganda's talented star Chameleon. Chameleon has made millions out of music, and through out the years he has been know to poses a unique style and a great voice. He is known all over East Africa and also credited among musicians who sold African music to the world.
Mbuzi gang comprises of Fathermoh, Iphoolish and Joefes all insanely talented and gifted. Taki Taki is an amazing song that features Lamaz who happens to be Khaligraph's brother. The two literally share the same voice.
The group has also worked tirelessly to make sure that they made a name for themselves. Check out Black Market Records Africa for more updates on Music news and also follow their socials at Mbuzi gang official for their latest projects.
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