Imagine waking up to a direct message from Neyo himself! That’s exactly what happened to WR3cks, and needless to say, he was over the moon. The fast-rising Kenyan rapper and content creator took to his Instagram stories to share the exciting news with his loyal fanbase of over 17K followers. But it doesn’t end there—his TikTok account boasts a staggering 85,000 followers! WR3cks, known for his melodic rap style and captivating content, has been steadily releasing freestyles and refixes for the past year. He fearlessly spits his rhymes over popular international and Kenyan tracks, putting his own unique spin on hits like Khaligraph Jones’ “Mbona” and “Hiroshima,” as well as Willy Paul’s “Toto.” He has original songs too with
“Kenya Power,” “CONFESSION,” and “Genie,” being the most listened to on his YouTube page.
But what did Neyo have to say? In a message that read, “Whuzzup bro…u got tagged on my post…what are you doing to gain exposure?” Neyo expressed interest in collaborating with the talented spitter.WR3cks humbly thanked his fans, acknowledging their overwhelming support and wishing them God’s blessings for “doing the most.“
Now, let’s turn our attention to internet sensation Ngesh, also known as the bad Gal wa Vasha.
This young gengetone artist from Naivasha, Nakuru County, has experienced a thrilling turn of events in her life, in ways that will surely warm your heart. Thanks to the generosity of a businessman named Kiddo, Ngesh received a cash gift of 20,000 KES. But that’s not all—Kiddo pledged to support her next project by covering the costs of audio recording and shooting a music video. Ngesh revealed in a 2Mbili Tv interview that she is the youngest of four siblings. She shares her artistic with her three brothers and together they form a collective known as Spider Clan. The collective was birthed this year and its members have been concentrating on recording and shooting videos for gengetone music.
Ngesh’s fame skyrocketed when a clip from one of their music videos went viral, captivating audiences with her rib-cracking humor and deadpan lyrics. Lines like “Cash crop ya Nyandarua ni Mawaru” and “Utanunua bundles ama ovacado” have become instant fan favorites and meme-worthy catchphrases. Moreover ,the 22 year old femcee got a fantastic makeover, courtesy of Ezmohaircentre in Nairobi, who treated her to a fabulous new hairstyle. Gal Wa Vasha been flooded with an outpouring of love and encouragement on social media. Fans and well-wishers continue to shower her with donations and various endorsement deals, recognizing her confident and unstoppable spirit.