Kenyan rapper, Khaligraph Jones brings together rappers of the Kenyan industry for a new single titled "Luku".
The brilliant features on this track are Katapilla, Donn J, Steph Kapella, Brit the Ruler, Ssaru, Boutross, and Span KOB to drop bombastic rap bars where they brag about always dressing to kill.
Luku is Kenyan slang to mean 'drip' and the chorus in this banger affirms that their drip is always clean.
Khaligraph opens the jam and sets the pace by delivering intriguing rhyming lyrics while still staying on the 'look good' topic; a move that feeds into the rest of the group as they show up and show out in their allocated time frame in 'Luku'.
This single jam has been received well by fans and is currently trending which shows an appreciation to Khaligraph’s effort for put East Africa on the map by releasing heavy hits.
Meanwhile, Khaligraphs latest release, ‘Beatbox Freestyle’ is still flying high on the charts. ‘Beatbox Freestyle’ is poetically written lyrical rap in which Khaligraph takes shots at fake fans, media stations, and haters.
The instrumental on Luku is by Luigi Beats with Blu Ink Corp on production while the visuals are shot by Ricky bekko , Directed by Khaligraph Jones and Chopped by Omoke.
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