On December 31st 2021, the Carnivore Grounds in Nairobi was a beehive of activities amid the highly hyped NRG Wave concert. The event which was graced by popular Jamaican artist Konshens attracted so many fans and celebrities who both attended to entertain and be entertained. However, the event bore mixed outcomes after specific reported incidents after the show.
Famous Nairobi based musician Ndovu Kuu has always been known as a Kenyan citizen by origin. Ndovu Kuu who is also identified as Krispah made his major breakthrough earlier this year after his renowned jam " Ndovu Ni Kuu" where he featured top artists including rapper Khaligraph Jones hit the Kenyan waves.
Students from Kenyatta University which is among the best and biggest university in the country have come out to protest over tough examinations offered to them. A video that is circulating online shows the said students feeling agitated and tearing their examination papers with their teeth. [Photo Courtesy]
Nairobi based musician Ndovu Kuu otherwise known as Krispah yesterday stunned his followers after an improbable revelation through his Instagram page. Krispah who has always raised the country's flag high courtesy of his hit songs for the first time disclosed that he is not of Kenyan origin. Apparently, Ndovu Kuu clarified that he is originally from Ethiopia and is simply an immigrant of Kenya.
Award-winning hairstylist and the best friend of socialite Amber Ray, Phoina Tosha, has just confirmed that she is in a relationship with famous rapper Christopher Thande alias Krispah. Photo: Krispah Photo: Phoina Tosha This was via her recent posts on her insta stories where she shared some short video clips of them getting cozy together.
Ndovu Kuu hitmaker Krispah has finally spoken hours after his song featuring rapper Khaligraph Jones and Boutross was pulled down from youtube after gaining 3.5 million views over copyright issues. Copyright allegations were brought forward by an upcoming artist- Dexta Briyanka who claimed that the trio sampled his beats and his move was to protect his rights which he claimed had been infringed.
Ndovu ni kuu is a Kenyan upcoming artist who debuted with his hit song "Ndovu ni kuu" ft Khaligraph Jones and Boutrous Ndovu ni kuu was one of many Kenyan artist who were present at the NRG event which was being performed by the Jamaican dancehall king Konshens along side Khaligraph Jones and sauti sol for the end year party.Krispah famously known as Ndovu ni kuu was spotted drunk in a video that trended online for some hours after the event, early on Sunday Krispah posted that he lost his phone in the crowd while partying which has many of his unreleased songs and demos, he has so far promised to compensate anyone who will bring the phone back to him.
Popular rapper Krispah has lately had one of the heated altercations ever. This came moments after one Dexta Briyanka- an upcoming artist and student at Kenyatta University- flagged down his song Ndovu Ni Kuu for several reasons. This was a major blow for Krispah being that the jam had so far garnered 3.5 million views under two months.
Before you read this article please follow me 🙏🙏 Pickpockets snatched Krispah's phone during the NRG Wave Concert, which included Jamaican superstar Konshens.Krispah, who is well known for the hit song Ndovu ni Kuu, revealed to the globe on Friday, December 31 that he misplaced his phone during the much-anticipated event at the Carnivore Grounds.
King Kaka and Otile Brown have suffered a setback after their new song was allegedly pulled down on YouTube. King Kaka has claimed that the video of the song dubbed 'Fight' is no longer available after an upcoming artist flagged it down. The unpopular artist who has 126 subscribers an goes by the stage name Deymin Brown claimed that the two superstars pirated his content.
For the love of Gengetone genre you probably have heard the trending track"Ndovu ni kuu" by Krispah, Khaligraph Jones and Boutress Kenyan artist Krispar alias Ndovu Kuu has suffered a major setback after Youtube pulled down his hit song ‘Ndovu ni kuu’ featuring rapper Khaligraph Jones and Boutross.
The Ndovu Ni Kuu song was pulled down from YouTube some fee days ago after an upcoming artist named Dexta claimed his song had been sampled.He then came out and posted the two songs to show Kenyans the original and the one they sampled. That was not the only claim however, the upcoming artist claimed that the hit song had defamed Kenyatta University and led to its intake allegedly going down by 40%.
Merely a day after Ndovu ni Kuu hit-maker Krispah promised to take legal action against the upcoming artiste who reported his song resulting to a copyright strike on YouTube, the upcoming artiste has come out to say that he up for the challenge. Speaking during an interview with Eve Mungai, the upcoming artist who is also a student at Kenyatta University said that the moment he makes a decision to go to court, he will have a whooping 200 lawyers who will represent him from the same institution.
The song Ndovu Ni Kuu had already garnered three million views on YouTube before it was deleted. YouTube has explained that the song was deleted following a copyright claim by Dexta Briyanka an upcoming Kenyan dancehall, r&b and reggae singer. Briyanka's statement on his Instagram page, claimed that his own jams were sampled.
One of Kenya's latest music sensations Krispah aka Ndovu ni Kuu is a happy man after Youtube reinstated his Ndovu ni Kuu music video this morning. The song which has very catchy lines with a fantastic flow, owing to the lyrical mastery of Krispah and acclaimed rappers Khaligraph Jones and Boutross, had been taken down by Youtube over a copyright strike 3 days ago.
Popularly known for his viral song Ndovu Ni Kuu, Krispah has disprove claims that he targeted Kenyatta University when he referred to KU in his song. He claimed that the institution worked with an upcoming musician to pull down his hit song from YouTube. Krispah noted that he is ready to go to court and face K.U and the artiste claiming he had stolen his beats.
Just some few days after Krispah and khaligraph Jones suffered a huge back fall due to copyright claims in their song Ndovu ni kuu, King Kaka and Otile Brown have suffered the same fate. The two Kenyan biggest artist, had a song together" Fight" was the name
The 'Ndovu Kuu ' song that has been a hit in the country has been removed from YouTube. The dance by artist Krispar popularly known as the Great Elephant featuring Khaligraph Jones and Boutrous Munene was dropped on Sunday over allegations of copyright. According to complainants, the song, which has since been removed by more than three and a half million people, has also been accused of defaming Kenyatta University.
Kenyan singer Krispah, also called Ndovu Kuu is in rage after his most recent melody named 'Ndovu ni Kuu, highlighting Khaligraph Jones was erased from YouTube. The tune had effectively brought over 3.5 Million perspectives; and was lifted because of copyright issues. This is after an upcoming artsist named Dexter claimed that the beat of the song was originally his but krispah stole it from him.
Rapper Krispah through his lawyer has announced that 'ndovu ni kuu' hit song is back to YouTube. The song had been pulled down after Dexter claimed copyright. Lejo who is rapper Kripa's lawyer made a statement in which he said the charges by Dexter had been dropped.