This is undoubtedly the Kenyan gengetone anthem now. Exray features Ndovu Kuu and Mejja on this amazing project. The song just dropped a few days ago and has accumulated over five hundred thousand views. Exray is a member of Boondocks, a Kenyan Gengetone self made group that also includes Odi wa Murang'a and Maddox.
The song has been well received by fans who are confident that the trio are introducing the world to a Kenyan original genre, gengetone. Ndovu Kuu rose to fame with his hit song Ndovu ni Kuu, he later got to do a feature with Khaligraph on the song hence expanding his crowd. Since then, he has been shining in the spotlight. Mejja being an old school in the Gengetone industry has been well received for the past year and this, he has impressed fans with his signature style; he is always carrying a tumbler in his hand. His lyrics are unique and straight to the point. When it comes to doing the greatest collaborations, count him to make your song a hit.
Statistically, few local musicians barely hit one hundred thousand views in a week which is why we should support local music. There are great artists out here who have mastered their own art but due to certain circumstances, the process is slow.
Check out this amazing banger on YouTube to have a listen if you haven't heard of it yet. Follow Black Market Records Africa for more updates on Music.
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