Exray is a Kenyan sensational artist who is currently doing good in music. He is one of the pioneers of the Gengetone music that came as a wave and took the Kenyan music market with a bang unprecedented.
The artist has done hit songs and mega projects such as Usherati featuring Mejja. Three months ago he released a banger dubbed mi Sipangwi featuring Trio Mio that went viral countrywide and it is alleged that the students of Machakos university were asked questions regarding the genre of the song.
Today the artist has taken to his insta story and indulged his fans with a question, '' Should we drop Simi collabo or Eazi?'' He followed the question with a statement, '' Time we change to international , keep it locked.'' Exray has so far been outstanding way better than his other crue members of the Boondocks Gang.
Simi and Mr Eazi are big international artists from West Africa. Simi is popularly known for her mega hits 'Joromi' and 'Duduke' while Mr Eazi is popularly known for 'Pour me water' and 'Abracadabra'
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