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Katapilla Wins A Million Bob In Khaligraph’s Odibet Rap Challenge


Rapper Katapilla is the newest millionaire in town after being crowned winner of the Khaligraph Odibet Rap Challenge last evening at a pomp and glamorous event at the Serena Hotel bringing to an end the rap showpiece that ran for three weeks.

Rising Over Controversy

Katapilla waded through a barrage of controversy sorrounding his inclusion in the competition, from the onset, many fought his candidacy after he was alleged to be Khaligraph’s ally, the rapper enjoys a cordial relationship with the Mazishi rapper who was at the helm of the battling process. He had featured on Khaligraph’s Khali Cartel 2 and also on the song ‘Luku’. Ben C came second and took home half a million shillings with Elisha Elai coming third to take home three hundred thousand shillings. They were part of the six contestants who had made it to the last mile of the hip hop competition.Taking to their social media platforms, Odibet announced the winners while thanking all the participants and the ultimate winners. “Introducing the newest millionaire in town! ?

Congratulations to Katapilla on winning the inaugural #OdiNare?Rap Challenge grand prize of Ksh 1,000,000.

The OdiNare rap challenge finals winners :


2.BenC-Ksh 500,000

3.Real Elai – 300,000

Congratulations to all participants, finalists and winners, nyinyi ni MaOdinare??”read part of the statement.


Males Dominated The Championship

It had been a fair share of both genders as we had a balanced number of three male emcees and three female emcees however,the males carried the day bagging the first three slots.The female emcees also had a reason to smile as they did not go home empty handed.Murasta,Achicho and Shekilla each received a token of fifty thousand shillings each. They’ll also join the top three in production of Khaligraph upcoming ‘Khali Cartel’.

Fans Expectation To The Winner

Now Katapilla faces high expectations from fans who are looking forward to him becoming the next big thing as rap and hip hop music is concerned. With the recording deal at Khaligraph’s Blue Inc. Corp we hope Katapilla will live to his billing.


By Steve Osaka