Sipangwingwi trendsetter has officially made releasing controversial music that tackle on society topics a thing now. On a quest to disapprove the NCIC for banning the term Sipangwingwi, he strikes again. Patanisho is his latest single and mimics a famous show in Kenya hosted by Gidi and Ghost on Radio Maisha. The show has raised eyes and a lot of traction and Kenyans love it.
It's barely a week since the NCIC decided to cause fracas over a simple and harmless word. Being the one who publicized the word, he hasn't made a statement or even publicly commented on it. However, his go to is the studio where he creates even more disputable music.
Exray Taniua famously known as Tony Kinyanjui is an artist from Kenya. He is one of the three members of the famed Gengetone group Boondocks Gang. At the moment, he is undoubtedly the most famous of the three. Sipangwingwi is on a journey to seven million views in just a span of five months. He is now the official campaign artist for William Ruto and now among the most influential artist in Kenya.
Patanisho video is coming out soon. Be on the lookout.
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