Mbuzi Gang Team comprises Fathermoh, Joefes and Iphoolish all very talented. Their hit song Shamra Shamra is basically a national anthem in Kenya. They also have amazing songs like Sherehe Sheria featuring Jovial, Wagithomo featuring Exray Taniua, Swat and Ssaru.
Mbuzi Gang are set to release a new Video Taki Taki featuring Lamaz Span Kob who happens to be Khalighraph Jones' Bigger Brother . The Duo Music Group has become the de-facto new face of Gengetone in 2021, redefining the genre that has dominated charts in Kenya since 2018. Taki Taki has no official meaning, and it is believed that it is used in the song just for better sound.
This is undoubtedly a Kenyan gengetone group that has surpassed all kinds of controversies and proven to their fans that the gengetone genre is worth listening and jamming to. They have worked tirelessly and without expectations yet they managed to make a name for themselves. Recently, they were on a music tour in Uganda with the intention to spread gengetone roots there. They worked on a song called Bambi featuring Fik Fameika, a well known Ugandan star.
Taki Taki is their track featuring Lamaz, Khaligraph’s Brother. Lamaz has worked on a collaboration with Khaligraph before which was a hit song.
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