Flamboyant Luo musician Philip Patroba Okoyo alias Japesa left netizens tongues wagging when he revealed that he spent over Ksh 3 Million on his latest jam Ohangla rap dubbed Ndesna /Dhano Koso Kidi. Japesa revealed that the video was shot abroad specifically in the United States of America (USA) hence translating to the extravagant cost of the video. Interestingly Japesa does not appear in the video but only 4 beautiful female video vixens are dancing throughout the video and from the background, it is clear the video was not shot locally.[Photo courtesy]
The Luo Rap King who loves calling himself 'The Boy' revealed that he is bringing a new twist to the Ohangla genre giving it a more modern tune all in a bid to attract the young Luo audience. In his latest song, he has arranged his lyrics in a better unique way giving out the beauty and nature of his native Luo language and this enables people who do not understand the lyrics to still listen to his music.[Photo courtesy]
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