Spruce Up Your Playlist With These Underrated Kenyan Hip Hop Songs

Hip Hop is a very popular genre of music in the world. Its fan base in Kenya is big and we are glad to have a good supply of Hip Hop music from Kenyan stars such as Khaligraph, Octopizzo, King Kaka, Stella Mwangi, and Petra just to mention a few. Are you looking to add some good songs to your next Hip Hop music playlist? Well, below is a specially curated playlist of underrated Kenyan Hip Hop songs to spruce things up:

Wababaz – Wakuu Ft Scar Mkadinali

The fast rap in this song makes it a certified Hip Hop track. There is no doubt that the lyrics are well thought out. and executed. All these coupled with its catchy chorus will have you jamming.

I Got That – Petra Ft Victoria Kimani

This massive tune brought together 2 of Kenya’s most respected female stars. Victoria’s beautiful vocals and Petra’s verses make this song qualified for your next Hip Hop playlist.

Toka Teke (Remix) – Oksyde Ft Katapilla, Monski & Tunji

I honestly can’t decide which was better between the original version and remix of this song, but for now, let’s just agree that the more the merrier.

Sura Ya Kazi – Sosuun

A little TBT is good for any comprehensive playlist. As underrated as this song was, it is a reminder of why we miss Sosuun’s music. If you are all about your biznis, this jam is just the one for you.

Si Mtangoja – Katapilla, Hassano, John Mo’re & Original Chumba Ft Scar Mkadinali

This combination is the kind that deserves to be blasted loud on every radio station, but in the meantime spread the word and add it on your playlist, then thank us later.

Used To It – Wangechi

Anyone who knows Wangechi, can guarantee you that she never disappoints, so what are you waiting for? Add this tune ASAP.

Chali Ya Ghetto – Khaligraph Jones Ft Rayvanny

This track was a hit but didn’t get enough credit. From the bars to the beat, this jam was a certified banger no doubt.

Yes Bana Freestyle – Dyana Cods

This was one of the best covers ever done during the viral Yes Bana challenge, and it deserves a slot too. Plus, a good freestyle is essential in every Hip Hop playlist.

Woosh Woosh – Buruklyn Boys

Take this to the bank, this jam is pure flames. Buruklyn Boys are some of the fastest-rising rappers in Kenya right now. Join the bandwagon of the future of Kenya’s Hip Hop. Play it.

Bazenga Daddi – Breeder LW

What better way to summarize our playlist than with a song that deserves more airplay and buzz than it has gotten? The guitars on this Hip Hop track, Breeder’s flow, and its good vibes will put a smile on your face.


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