Kagwe Mungai Enlists Xenia Manasseh in new music ‘Blame Game’

If you never became a Kagwe Mungai fan even before he released his debut album, Spectrum then you might need an introduction not only to his artistic and production side but also to his music.

Kagwe not being an exemplary creative dude has managed to feed our heart and souls with great music today he just released a new project that comes right after he released visuals to Nakulike; the first single off his debut album, Spectrum. 

He has also hinted at a new record deal; 
“A new and exciting deal has been signed and I can’t wait to reveal the details to you really soon!” comments Kagwe Mungai. He goes further to reveal that backing the new deal is the album ‘The Incredible Kagwe Mungai’ which will be dropping on 3rd July 2020.”

Blame Game being the first single off his new album, Kagwe features Xenia Manasseh on it and takes us through a conversational back and forth trip of their love-hate relationship. The emotional body of work highlights the hurdles and challenges that couples and lovers go through while trying to build and cultivate a relationship in this day and age.

“It takes too much to love you! Say it’s really me but it’s too much to love you…Nimechoka kusuffer coz of you… Don’t play the blame game!”

This move unearths a new and more mature Kagwe Mungai who is all about doing dope and impactful projects in the industry. From this first release, we see Kagwe coming of age and adopting a sensei status by bringing along the new kids on the block such a Xenia Manasseh who he believes in and speaks of very highly!

Credits of the smooth and fierce beats go to Kangaroo of Track or Die record label and D.O Speaks who has worked with heavy hitters such as Meek Mill, 2 Chainz as well as Yo Gotti. Lucas aka @Ogopathereal follows through with a clean mastered audio. 

The accompanying video was co-directed by KG Brian and CJ Pixels who have proved their directing and videography prowess through the execution of huge projects for industry households such as Sol Generation, King Kaka, Karun, Magix Enga, and numerous corporates.

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