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Wanjiku Kimani better known by her stage name Femi One has taken to her social media pages to celebrate her latest milestone.

The rapper was recently crowned the Best female rapper in East Africa of the year 2022 in an event that went down in Dallas, Texas.

The event for the awards went down on November 19 where three other East African artists also walked away with awards.

Femi One took to her Instagram page to celebrate the milestone as she thanked her fans for their unending support.

“WE WON!!! Best Female Rapper In Africa . The first East African Female rapper to take it home , it’s such a big pat on the back for my team and I for all the work we’ve put in throughout the years . Truly consistency, team work, patience pays !! This should be an encouragement for all the up and coming Female rappers! There is a spot for you in this industry, keep building , keep doing it , they are watching . Thank you all so much for the continued support ❤️,” she said.

Her boss at Kaka Empire also celebrated her win as he acknowledged that the world is yet to witness her greatness.

 “I’ve seen you grow , I’ve seen you build, Now the world is ready for you. Ladies & Gentlemen I present to you The Best Female Rapper in Africa @femi_one your story is a miracle, God Loves you.The Kaka Empire Team Big Up and everyone who made this possible.” Wrote King Kaka.

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Other artists who won an award from the East African region are WCB boss Diamond Platnumz who was crowned Best Live Act in Africa, his signee Zuchu for best female artist in East Africa and Rayvanny who took the award for best male artist in East Africa.

Femi One was not the only Kenyan nominated for the awards, others in the nomination list were Khaligraph Jones- Best Male East Africa, Otile Brown- Best Male East Africa, Jovial- Best Female East Africa, Ssaru- Best Newcomer, Sauti Sol- Best Live Act, Fena Gitu- Best Female Rap Act, Marioo X Jovial- Mi Amor- Best Collaboration, Enos Olik- Best Video Director, DJ Shinski- Best African DJ USA, DJ Poison Ivy- Best African DJ USA, and Jamal Ghadafi – Radio/TV Personnel of the Year.

By Stella Anyango


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