In Summary

  • Gabiro beats Vioxii Dede for Luo rap mantle.
  • Vioxii Dede won ‘Luo Rap Artist Of The Year’ in the first edition of ‘Marwa Awards’.
  • Vioxii Dede didn’t leave empty handed, he scooped the ‘Collabo Of The Year’ award with the song, Bolo Ga Ni Pangla’ a collaborative piece with Japesa.

Gabiro Mtu Necessary dethroned Vioxii Dede for the Luo Rap mantle at the just concluded Marwa Awards held at the KICC in Nairobi. Vioxii Dede was the reigning champion having won the award in its first edition.

At the start of the award night, Vioxii was upbeat of a good evening and looked forward to retaining his award.

The burly rapper wore black pants, paired with a bespoke maroon blazer and stepped on dark tanned boots.

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However, when the winner was announced it was none other than Kisumu based rapper, Gabiro Mtu Necessary.

Gabiro was also among the artists who earlier performed before the pregnant audience. He was dressed in a three-piece black suit and completed the look with white sneakers.

He threw the audience into laughter as the MC of the night, Oga Obinna teased him over his sneakers label. His shoes still had the shop’s tag revealing he was wearing them for the very first time.

Vioxii Dede displays his award ‘Collabo Of The Year’ flanked by beauties PHOTO/GHETTO RADIO DIGITAL

 

Vioxii Scoops “Collabo Of The Year” Award

Despite losing to Gabiro in ‘Luo Rap Artist’ award, Vioxii didn’t leave empty handed he scooped ‘Collabo Of The Year’.

The song that did the magic was his collaborative piece with Japesa “Bolo Ga Ni Pangla”. It delves on the murky dating scene filled with deceit and betrayal.

The song is only four months old and is still a force to reckon with beyond borders.

While receiving his award, Vioxii was still in disbelief having done away with his bespoke blazer, maybe to cool off from the heat huh!

He had an entourage of stars backing him up the likes of Viddyman, Nick O’Sam, Luo Boy and Zilla among others. Vioxii’s partner in crime, Japesa missed the showpiece.

READ Also:Japesa, Vioxii Dede Go Hard On Luo Rap

The storytelling monster shared his gratitude for receiving his award before legendary Luo urban rappers, Gidigidi and Majimaji.

With the right support, Vioxii noted that Luo music was retaining its place in the musical world.

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