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Sauti Sol King Kaka blasts Sauti Sol for being petty

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"Sauti Sol hawajasaidia Industry"

Kenyan rapper King Kaka has expressed his disappointment after Kenyan boys band Sauti sol decided to delete a poster of his new song they had posted on Instagram.

In a video shared on his Instagram account, Kaka has narrated on what transpired before the poster disappeared on their page.

According to Kaka, he recently appeared in an Interview and said that Sauti Sol were not helping the industry as they are supposed to.

play Kinga Kaka (Courtesy)

 

Being the big name they are, Rabbit expected that they could have used their name to support more talents in the industry.

“It’s a funny world. Recently I went for an Interview and said that Sauti Sol were not helping the industry as they are supposed to. I am their biggest fan, by the way, they have a show in Germany so if you are there go and attend. If they are nominated in any wards I will vote. But they had uploaded a poster of my new song Run Ting ft Fena. I have gone to their page they have deleted the poster. Really Guys. Anyway, it’s okay. But that’s petty." said King Kaka in the Video

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play King Kaka (Courtesy)

 

Rabbit made the remarks during an interview on Radio Maisha to promote his new song, "Run Ting" that he has featured Fena Gitu.

He claimed that the likes of Nameless, Redsan, Sauti Sol have not done enough to help the growth of music in Kenya.

“They (Sauti Sol) are at the top, Hao ndio numbe one nawa respect, I give them total respect,but ni ukweli hawajasaidia industry” said Kaka.

play Poster for Sauti sol's tour in Germany (Courtesy)

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This is not the first time that Kenyan artists are bashing each other due minor difference that emerge in the music industry.

For many years now Jaguar and Prezzo have been having bad blood between them while competing for who is the best.

The crown of who is the King of Rap music in Kenya has also been a matter of interest with Octopizzo, Khaligraph Jones and King Kaka all focused on sitting at the helm of the throne.

play Poster for King Kaka's new song

 

It's high time that musicians start to support each other for our industry to grow.

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