King Kaka challenges Khaligraph and Octopizzo to do what Sautisol has done

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Well, if you can remember a year ago there was a verbal war between rapper King Kaka and the boy band Sautisol over who has mentored more artists than the other.

It seems Sautisol saw the challenge as an opportunity to lighten up more candles that oversaw the birth of the likes of Bensoul and Nviiri both of Sol Generation.

Rapper King Kaka

Today rapper King Kaka took another bold step and posted a video on his Instagram calling out fellow rappers Nyashinski, Octopizzo and his rival Khaligraph Jones on what seems like a unity call among the rappers.

King Kaka wants each one of them to come up with a younger version of each to make the industry grow bigger than it already has. A candle does not loose light by lighting the other so he says!

Barely a month ago King Kaka released his controversial hit song ‘Wajinga Nyinyi’ that saw Kenyans unite into condemning and shunning the societal and national atrocities in their midst and with this call to his fellow rappers he has once again proven to be a symbol of unity and peace.

In the past he has been seen trying to unite his brothers; Octopizzo and Khaligraph Jones even if it never bore any fruits he was seen to be the one really trying to bring them together instead of comparing the two.

If at all this call is going to be answered by not only the three rappers but other artists like Redsan as he had mentioned and also the likes of Willy Paul, Juacali and also the gengetone crews like Ethic and Sailors then we are about to witness a music revolution like no other.

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