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‘Lamba Lolo’ Ladies version by Livia Grasha sets internet on fire

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By Annette Amondi

Kenyan lady Livia Grasha has stunned the internet with her rendition of Lamba lolo song which was uploaded on YouTube just hours ago.
The song dubbed ‘Lamba lolo’ refix has some very explicit lyrics describing a the slang from a lady’s point of view.
Grasha’s song comes just about a month after a group of kids from Umoja caught the attention of online users with their rendition of Lamba lolo song.
The group from Umoja has since gotten many interviews from media houses and word on the streets say they may be gearing up to do a better version of the song.

Social media influencer Teddy Spikes, Popularly known as Director spikes has called out on artists to mentor youngsters to ensure that they do better music and not just sing for fame.
Spikes took to Instagram to question the state of the music industry in the country.
“Najua tutacheka sana but bitter truth, this is the state of our music industry. We want to sing for fame and easy money but we never want to inspire or educate. Everyone is minding his/ her own business, legends are watching the young singing a lot of none sense.” Read part of his post
Watch the explicit song below


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