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Sauti Sol have interesting thoughts on King Kaka’s new song dissing Kenyan musicians

When King Kaka released his new song Angels ft Suziah  it set off a storm.

In the song, King Kaka takes shots at legendary musicians such as Jimwatt, Juacali and Nameless, calling them out for not taking him seriously when he was new in the music industry.

This is the song;

Boy band Sauti Sol were in studio on Friday and hosted by Adelle Onyango and Shaffie Weru, who sought to know their thoughts on King Kaka having beef with other musicians.

King Kaka and Sauti Sol have also had beef in the past . In October last year, King Kaka mocked Sauti Sol after they pulled down comments about his latest jam Run Ting with Fena Gitu.

King Kaka had dissed veteran musicians saying they have done nothing for the music industry,

Here are Kaka’s comments that set off a storm,

“So juzi nilienda interview nikasema Sauti Sol are not helping out the industry as much. I’m a huge fan of them. By the way kama uko Germany go for their show. But walikua wamepost poster ya song yangu na Fena, Run Ting. Manze Nimeenda page yao nikapata wametoa hiyo poster. Really guys, a poster? Si mngeacha tu. Anyway ni sawa tu but that’s petty.�

Sauti Sol responded saying that signing artistes did not mean that the Kaka Empire founder was helping anyone, referring to him as a lukewarm artiste.

“KAKA SIGNING ANOTHER ARTISTE DOESN’T DO A THING FOR HIM (THE ARTIST) BECAUSE HE IS A LUKEWARM ARTISTE SIGNING ANOTHER LUKEWARM ARTISTES.TIMMY TDAT AND AVRIL SHOULD SIGN KING KAKA BECAUSE TDAT IS HOTTER THAN HIM ON THE STREETS.�

Well, Adelle asked the boys about King Kaka’s views again and they said;

I respect how he has done it, who am I to comment on his history,

Kama story yako ni salty uta sound tu salty…

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