Sauti Sol and King Kaka share a stage for the first time after explosive beef (Photos)
About 5 months ago, King Kaka and Sauti Sol really got into it after King Kaka came for the boy band for deleting his poster from their social media platforms.
Sauti Sol’s Bien fired back by saying that Kaka was struggling to manage artistes like Avril and Timmy Tdat who are even better than him.
Savara then added that King Kaka was ‘looking for relevance’ by stirring up some beef with the ‘Melanin’ singers.
As we all know the showbiz industry is really small and you are bound to run into each other and for Sauti Sol and Kaka it was at the Machakos People’s Park where they shared a stage.
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The Award-winning Afro Pop Band lit up Machakos Town during the Chrome Vodka Mega Bash held at People’s Park.
And King Kaka wasn’t left behind adding new flavour to the Chrome Mega Bash by performing his new single ‘Mistarilionaire’, while ending his performance with ‘Tutaonana Baadaye’ featuring Amos & Josh.
Despite the heavy downpour, gridlock traffic along the busy Nairobi-Mombasa Road and the biting cold, the musicians didn’t disappoint the revellers after performing hit after hit.
It is at the Machakos People’s Park that Sauti Sol performed live; for the first time, their 2018 hit single ‘Girl Next Door’, featuring Nigerian star Tiwa Savage. The Boy Band performed 12 songs as the revellers braved the heavy rains to dance along to their favourite tunes. Sauti Sol couldn’t wrap up their performance without their signature closer tune ‘Shake Your Bum Bum’.
Nameless also sent the crowd into a frenzy during his performance of his new hit and feel-good club banger ‘Voloyoom’. The song tells the story of a man struggling to appease his agitated girlfriend after a small tiff in the club. In a bid to calm her down, he asks the DJ, who was just about to shut down his sound to help him out by increasing the volume (ongeza voloyoom) to the music, because his girlfriend is a big fan of Afro-pop. ‘Voloyoom’ is a twisted play on the word Volume.
The concert ended at 6 am on Sunday with the performance of Kasabun aka Timmy Tdat. The energetic Timmy performed for an hour alongside some fiery dancers. Other artistes that graced the event were Maima, Femi One and Jua Kali, while the DJs on the decks were DJ Joe Mfalme and Creepa.
Commenting on the concert, KBL Head of Spirits, Anne Joy Muhoro said that Chrome Vodka has recorded tremendous growth since Sauti Sol came on board in February last year.
“The brand association with reputable musical artists has strengthened Chrome’s credibility and consumer affinity showcasing the drink as affordable, premium quality vodka. Together, we created a unique platform that resonated powerfully with our target consumer and they responded to it remarkably. We hope to continue the trend in 2018 where will further create memorable moments and experiences for our loyal consumers,” explained Mrs Muhoro.
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