October is almost over and to be honest, this month has seen some of the dopest fresh releases from KE of the year yet. This week was no different as our crispy fresh chart is filled with fire tunes from various genres – Hip Hop, Afro Pop, and even Dancehall.
No Signal – Octopizzo Ft Burukyln Boyz
Off Octopizzo’s upcoming album Lamu Nights, this collaboration merges Old Skool Hip Hop and a little of its contemporary sub-genre, Drill. Moreover, the instrumental is packed with humming, piano keys, and a distinct heavy bass that lay a foundation for the rappers’ bars. No Signal spews sophistication and growth, it is probably one of the biggest collabs of the album.
Dunia – Wanavokali
Fast-rising sextuplet Wanavokali is back with another tune. Dunia is Wanavokali’s expression of not only their stupendous songwriting talent but also their unmatched vocals and harmonies. Indeed, the world is unkind and in this single, they sing about the challenges that come with being a human being.
Munakoseanga Sana – Jabidii
Who said Amapiano can’t spread the Gospel? Jabidii proves his versatility on this new banger. Even though it is a bit different from his usual sound, Munakoseanga Sana still features Jabidii’s signature catchy and comic lyrics and upbeat sound.
Doing It For Me
Prolific US-based Kenyan star King Kanja, has released Doing It For Me in collaboration with rising South Africa-based Zambian artiste, Naimah. The single is off King Kanja’s upcoming fifth studio project titled KanJah. As King Kanja notes, love at the first sight is the inspiration behind this tune
Oversized T-Shirt – Matata Ft Sauti Sol
Oversized T-shirt is probably one of the most iconic collaborations of the decade yet. This tune brings together top groups on a powerful mash-up that still flaunts their individual styles. Its beat is full of summer vibes and will definitely have you up on your feet dancing. Lastly, the intro is spectacular! This is a certified Crispy Fresh banger.
Chunli – Fathermoh Ft Khaligraph Jones, Smady & Boutross
Described as a thunderous blend of Gengetone and rap vibes, Chunli, is a combination of some of Kenya’s best rap talent. Certainly, it is a dancehall masterpiece with feel-good vibes, urban sheng’ and utmost creativity.