- Video of Kenyan woman rapping about corruption with catchy lyrics wins Kenyan public applause
- A woman was recorded picking cucumbers on her farm, then began rapping and singing flowing lyrics.
- Her freestyle song criticized the corruption epidemics that hamper politicians and service delivery
A talented Kenyan woman farming while rapping about social injustice has taken the internet by storm.
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Shared by Twitter user @omwambaKE, the clip quickly went viral, captivating audiences with its powerful message and unique combination of art form.
The video, which has gone viral, shows a woman rapping confidently on social issues such as inequality, poverty and corruption as she harvests crops in a green field.
Her passionate lyrics and rhythmic flow provide thought-provoking commentary on the challenges facing Kenyans and the urgent need for change.
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“Kenyan realities from the above movie. Kenyans are bullies, slap each other, don’t choke your hands. Calol us with carols and tear gas,” she rapped.
The Twitter post was captioned:
“Who is she? Pure vibes. Great talent here.”
Netizens reacted to this post and below are some of their comments.
“This is pure talent and the lyrics are awesome!”
“WOW! WOW! WOW! This woman. She’s her own type, with established sediment and choice of expression. Great vibes.”
“Major should feature her. Dope rhymes and good storytelling.”
“I want my sponsor to release that song.”
“She’s on another level.”
King Kaka launches hunt for viral rapper
Friday, January 7, 2022, TUKO.co.ke Famous rapper King Kaka has reportedly been fascinated by the talents of an up-and-coming female rapper named Kanabo and has started searching for her.
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Kanabo’s spontaneous freestyle videos have gone viral on various social media platforms.
The video of the female rapper initially gained attention when it was shared online, garnering the attention of many Kenyans.
Finding a talented lyricist, King Kaka sponsored her studio sessions and then brought her back to school following reports that she had dropped out of school due to poverty and early pregnancy.
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