Mbithi, the underated rapper

The music industry sometimes can be bias. We tend to support only musicians who resonate with our kind of vibe and those whose music make the most noise in clubs. We often forget the upcoming artists who need recognition and our support to make something out of themselves. #playkenyanmusic is trending yet we keep playing the same old names with no recognition to the upcoming artistes.

Let’s talk about this Kamba rapper who has been making hits but at the same time still being underrated. MBITHI, heard of him? Know any of his rap songs? Guessing it’s a no for many of us. This guy is fire. If there is anyone who will give Khaligraph Jones a run for his money, it’s Mbithi.

Taking a glance at his YouTube channel, this rapper only manages to get less than 10000 views for his songs and I can bet it is because he rarely crosses your mind when you need some good rap music. On your free time just check him out on YouTube and you’ll wish you subscribed earlier.

You can check out some of his songs collaborated with other artists and share your views.




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Lilian musyoki

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