We’ll take a toll on the Reign and Dominance of Kaligraph Jones in Kenya Hip-hop.
Hip hop is an extremely popular style of music in Kenya, and gradually getting its deserved recognition.
Brian Ouko Omollo popularly known as Khaligraph Jones, Kenyan Rapper and songwriter, signed to Spincycle Entertainment, is a key player pushing the genre in Kenya, bringing us to the keynote on his Reign and Dominance in Kenya Hip-hop
Kenya is one of the most diversified and vibrant of all African countries musically, despite the low coordination and global musical exposure, over the years the growth has been eminent in various genres and the rise of notable musical stars including Sauti sol, Akothee and the rest.
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Kaligraph Jones broke into the West Africa music scene from Eastern Africa around 2018, when he starts bagging award outside Kenya, which foster his popularity around the neighbouring countries.
In 2020, he won the Soundcity MVP Awards for Best Hip Hop category, beating the likes of Sarkodie, Falz, Reminisce, Blaqbonez and others, he also bagged 2 Nominations in the upcoming MTVMAMA Awards, (Listener’s Choice Award, Best hip hop category) and will be headlining the virtual award show alongside top superstars, such as Wizkid, Nasty C, Diamond Platinumz.
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Kaligraph Jones is gradually exporting his style outside Kenya, after proper dominance around the Africa region, engaging in music conversations, rap battles and fictional hip-hop beef.
Kaligraph Jones is currently one of the most popular hip-hop artistes in Kenyan, and also the only Kenyan on the Best Rappers in Africans lists, dominating the airwaves with sultry collaborations from transfrontier hip-hop artistes.
‘Wavy’ featuring Sarkodie is one of the best and biggest cross-border collaboration so far, expanding its reach to the Ghana market, the video amassed 2.3 million in less than 2months of release.