Kenyan musician Khaligraph Jones has launched a new album titled ‘Kwendaa’ which seems to offend several people.
He begins the song by shouting at those who do not like Kenyan songs and are Kenyans, who do not recognize him, those who judge him for being gay and who say that he redeems the cars he is always seen with.
The artist, whose real name is Brian Robert Ouko, has featured many Kenyan artists in the song, which also features the Kenyan music rights organization MCSK.
The organization has been accused by musicians of mismanagement of their money and inadequacies. MCSK collects music payments on behalf of musicians who have registered and registered their work.
The artists involved include Nameless, Willis Raburu, King Kaka, Betty Kyalo, Bien of the sol sound group, Tanasha Donna, Khaligraph manager Frank, Fena Gitu, Otile Brown, Nyashinski among others.
Khaligraph also talks about the curfew between 5pm and 4am where he says they are tired of the ‘curfew’ and ask the President to address the issue.
Khaligraph was nominated for a BET award in the ‘hip hop’ category where he competes against Nasty C and Stormzy. The award ceremony will take place on October 28, 2020.
The show will take place via the networks due to existing laws to prevent the spread of Corona virus.