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Mbogi Genje Collabos With Buruklyn Boyz And Iduzeer In New Song


Sheng Masters Mbogi Genje are leaving nothing to chance having bumped into the musical world with a storm barely three years ago.

The trio comprised of Smady Tingz, Militan and Guzzman have expanded their horizon through major collaborations with bigwigs Khaligraph Jones, Bahati and Petra among others.

Their collaborations are not only set with most established acts but also with fast rising industry newbies.

We caught up with them in Kileleshwa last evening during a video shoot for their upcoming collaboration ‘Mrazi Bullshit’ a song by Sudanese Kenyan based rapper Iduzeer, earning a feature on the song is drill master Buruklyn Boyz half Mr Right.

Song’s Storyline

According to Iduzeer, who is the brains behind the song, it purely addresses the issue of betrayal in friendship hence the title ‘Mrazi Bull***’.


“Unaona sasa imekam after betrayal, vile betrayal imekam sasa nobody is worth your trust, so mrazi bullshit amekuja tena anakuonyesha anaweza kuwa better than me,” stated Iduzeer.

He goes ahead and mentions that it’s through the loyalty of his crew that he bounced back to glory.

“Lakini bado mi nastand better kwa game na gang juu nikona support from mabrother wangu hapa yaani gang yangu,” he adds.

Iduzeer born Liveto Santo has his eyes set on the musical world already this is his third project with another two bound for release. “niko na Mbogi Gaza yenye nimegonga na 80 Blacks na Smady Tingz pia Mbogi Genje na niko na yangu solo ‘Nairoberry’ so far hii ndio inakam,” he revealed.

He is hoping to put the Sudanese music on the world map.

“Na aim higher nadai kupeleka country yangu kwa level nyingine pia juu natoka Sudan so nataka Sudan iskizwe na mziki yake pia tuonyeshe tunaweza stand out na talanta yetu pia,” he continued.

Locally he looks up to Zozanation’s Wakadinali and hip hop Star Khaligraph Jones.

Smady Tingz of Mbogi Genje maintained that they decided to work with Iduzeer and Mr Right of Buruklyn Boyz for their unique rapping ability and a different fan base.

The video features gang street supremacy battles in depicting sell – out tendencies. Us rapper and entrepreneur JT Bigga Figga is also part of the cast.

No women took part as Smady insisted they were after a real street gang life. Keep your eyes open for this coming piece of art.

By Steve Osaka