‘Kelele’ By Mbuzi Gang Becomes Dancehall Anthem

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There is no musician in East Africa enjoying the limelight currently like celebrated Kenyan gengetone group the Mbuzi Gang, who dropped a new video dubbed ‘Kelele’.

By Isaac Tugume

There is no musician in East Africa enjoying the limelight currently like celebrated Kenyan gengetone group the Mbuzi Gang, who dropped a new video dubbed ‘Kelele’.

‘Kelele’, which is the cover track for the Mbuzi Gang’s freshest album ‘Kelele’, has since become a dancehall anthem of sorts in Kenyan night clubs and hangout spots.

Currently at over 55K YouTube views and still counting, ‘Kelele’, which premiered on YouTube a few days ago, is definitely one of the most streamed songs and it keeps rising in ranks every day.

The studio project has arguably made the Mbuzi Gang rank amongst the most-sought after musicians in Kenya because ‘Kelele’ has since taken the airwaves by storm.

However, apart from ‘Kelele’, the Mbuzi Gang’s new album also comes with the following offerings; ‘Alert’ ft. Odi Wa Muranga, ‘Mtama’, ‘Mbona’ ft. Vintage Clan, ‘AmeJam’ ft. Joefes, ‘Whine’ ft Fathermoh, ‘Goons’ ft. iPhoolish & Katapilla and ‘Ndasu’.

Take time to go stream ‘Kelele’ by Mbuzi Gang on YouTube by clicking the link.

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