One of the most notorious places in the country is Kayole town. The town has produced some of the finest musicians in the country but it also has a very bad reputation. Talk of crime, drug addict and all the nasty business and Kayole will most definitely pop up. One kenyan artist, who is very talented has come clean on why he was in Industrial area for one year.
Rudra Kartel is a very talented dancehall artist who hails from Kayole. He went underground for sometime and be decided to come clean on an interview with the Plug TV. Kartel was arrested in his house and he was in jail for over one year. He admitted that selling marijuana got him in trouble.
His mum took a loan to help him pay a Ksh150,000 bail. The dancehall king also said that during the night of their arrest, the hostile police arrested him and around seven of his friends who were in possession of sharp objects. Good news is that Rudra Kartel is now out and very much ready to realises music. He would like to work with the one and only O.G, Khaligraph Jones on one project. Here is a link to the full interview,
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