Rapper King Kaka aka Mr. 254 is back again with the song bird Suzziah.
Their new track, “Slow me” has laid back instrumentals and hard bars from Kaka who in his great command of spoken word, lets us in on how he’s got to where he’s at and what’s been his motivation.
Suzziah doesn’t disappoint either, she comes in with her smooth soothing but strong vocals that will definitely have you singing along to the hook.
Trying to get us to understand the motive of their grind, the duo is making one thing clear “don’t try to slow me down,” even though they’re just ‘men’ they’re simply trying to build their muscles and hustle.
Listen to the new track below:
The last time they linked up they gave us a fire track called “Angels” where they kept it real hunnit, especially Kaka who did not mince names or words when it came to mentioning guys in the music industry who never believed in his craft, artistes who turned their backs vs those who actually supported and those he hustled with.
King Kaka has teamed up with Dancehall and reggae gurus Nazizi and Wyre for a club banger titled ‘Cheza Chini’.
King Kaka released the track sometime last year but now the remix is a whole better. ‘Cheza Chini’ is produced by Riccobeatz, recorded and mastered by Jack On The Beat while the video has been directed by Johnson Kyalo.
The song is definitely a nice reminder of how Necessary Noize rocked the airwaves back in the days.
King Kaka has released the visuals for his latest track ‘Lote’.
‘Lote’ featuring Didge is a smooth sensational love song – a perfect fusion of King Kaka’s story-telling flow and Didge’s mellow voice.
Didge who is most famously remembered for his hit song “Saa Zingine” has quietly been making his comeback having already worked with Calvo Mistari in ‘Charger’, Nonini in ‘Tudunde’ and Blinky Bill in ‘Mchezo Mchezo’.
The King of Kaka Empire and Queen of Fena the brand (Fenamenal) have teamed up presenting a banger titled “Run Ting.”
The Riccobeatz production has quite a catchy rhythm and tempo that does the track justice.
Throughout the jam the duo is making one thing clear in their lyrics “we run tingz, tingz don run we…” musically and in chopping that mulla.
“Heshimu malkia, kneel and bow down, wengine wanajiita King bila crown, wakodown…” “When you come to my city, ask who a run ting, baby come you wanna meet the king and the queen, Fenamenal and Kaka Empire we came here to school and to mentor ya, when we enter here, we run tingz, tingz don run we.“
“…King na Fena ni open bar, haukujua pesa inaongea na tuko miti, Karura… wasiworry nina pesa wanaeza borrow… we run tingz tingz don run we….“
A slew of singles, a few collabos and a TV sho hosting gig later, Chess returns to the scene creating waves with her all new record deal.
The singer who released her latest video to ‘Give it to you’ three months ago (check it out below) has landed a two album deal with American music label Kult.
From the press release, it appears that the label that boasts affiliation to some of Billboard’s top charting hits will be working with the ‘I’m in love’ singer for the next three years or so, already outlining their plan to have her put out two albums.
Chess who hosted a evening entertainment show on Ebru Africa has through her current label panamusic, worked with Kenyan artists including Khaligraph Jones, King Kaka and Prezzo.
Kult music is based in New York USA and while there has been no confirmation of her move there, we will definitely be awaiting to hear what comes of this new development.
All the best Chess!
Panamusic has also signed Antoneosoul, Tanzania’s Grace Matata among many more Pan African stars.