Kenyan music industry has some of the finest talents around.These artistes make quite some good music which have gone international.The year 2020 and 2021 have been so tough but some Kenyan musicians have had a breakthrough in their music career during this period of the Covid -19 pandemic.The likes of Mejja who has amassed so many fans across the continent after releasing the hottest jams which have had a good airplay all over.Now let us talk about this young kid in town Trio Mio,an upcoming Kenyan rapper who Khaligraph Jones alias The OG has acknowledged to be a real good talent.
Trio came to the limelight upon the release of his song dubbed" Cheza kama wewe."which was a collaboration remix of several other Gengetone musicians including Mejja.The song became an instant hit with massive views on You tube.
Now Trio Mio's fans have now pointed a finger at King Kaka for allegedly stealing Trio Mio's Cheza ka wewe flow in his latest work "Utanipata." My question is,could King Kaka have possibly stolen the flow of Trio?For what reason?As far as I know King Kaka is an established artist who knows how to do his work well.What is your honest opinion on this matter.
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