Krispah, as he is known, was born on 6th January 1996 in Kabete, Nairobi as the last born in a family of three. His official name is Christopher Thande. Ndovu Kuu is his stage name that comes from his love for elephants which he believes are strong intelligent animals.
Krispah has however suffered a set back after his viral jam ndovu kuu ft khaligraph and boutriss was pulled down from YouTube due to a copyright claim by an upcoming artist. The song has had over 3 million viewers
His song will Ghaligraph, Ndovu Kuu caught the attention of the young and the old that was inspired by his ex-girlfriend who after joining Kenyatta University replaced him with someone else and even got pregnant. The song which had lines like “Mtoto Wangu akiitwa KU nitakataa” trended on social media platforms with so many Kenyans including artists jamming to it. It was not just the lyrics that did it for Kenyans but it was the beats and the general vibe of the song.
His fans have however been amused and claim that the song should be uploaded again.
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