Khaligraph Jones

Khaligraph Jones x Sarkodie – Wavy

Multi-award winning East African rapper, Khaligraph Jones releases Wavy featuring Ghanaian veteran, Sarkodie. Prior to Wavy’s release, the Kenya rapper had bragged that African hiphop would not remain the same and boy, did he deliver.

The first verse starts with Khaligraph spitting hard, fire lines over the sick beat created by Motif the Don. The rapper alternates between English and Swahili to decapacitate his adversaries and establish himself as the fly, wavy man that he is. Sarkodie takes over the next verse bringing it to a climax rapping in his usual native tongue reminding us why he is one of the best to ever do it. The duo compare themselves to Ronaldo and Messi and while that might be up for debate, the lyricism and dexterity employed in this song cannot be denied.

Both rappers make cars their main props as they are seen rapping beside and inside different cars. Khaligraph in a red Toyota Crown and Sarkodie a rolls royce. The video  was directed by Blu Ink corp. Already, the official video released a day ago has over 50,000 views and if you want to see it, click here.

Ice Prince Taps M.I Abaga, Sarkodie, Khaligraph Jones & Kwesta For ‘Feel Good’ Remix

Ice Prince has had quite a busy year. The rapper has been steady with quality releases this year such that the string of releases has helped put his name back in conversations and spaces where he existed a few years ago.  Recently, he worked with Mr Eazi to release ‘In A Fix’, a record which has been gaining much traction on the airwaves.

And now, just a few months after teaming up with two of Nigeria’s biggest wordsmiths, Falz and Phyno in club banger, ‘Feel Good‘, the fashionable rapper is back with what he calls a refix of the record. For this new version, Ice Prince joins forces with an African all-star rap team with M.I Abaga, the Nigerian living legend; Sarkodie the Ghanaian veteran; Kwesta all the way from South Africa, and Khaligraph Jones waving the Kenyan flag.

This isn’t the first time Ice Prince is making a pan-African remix to his bop. It would be remembered that in 2013, the rapper got Sarkodie, Kuli Chana, Wizkid and M.I Abaga on the remix of his monster hit, ‘Aboki’.

In ‘Feel Good‘ remix, M.I Abaga opens up with a fire verse with a bullish delivery that leaves him with the most impressive performance on the record while Ice Prince wraps up the record with a verse of his own that reminds us of his heydays. The other rappers also kept up the tempo with verses laced with snarky punchlines.

Enjoy this record above.

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