King Kaka has awoken a sleeping giant in James “Jim” Wathigo Mburu, better known by his stage names Jimwat. The once high-flying Calif Records Genge rapper has not taken too kindly to King Kaka’s recent release – Mistarillionaire.
In the poetic single released on the first day of the year, King Kaka boldly namedrops various artistes who refused to work with him when he was coming up. These artistes include the 32-Year-Old Jimwat whose once flourishing music career came to a sudden halt following his struggle with drug addiction.
In ‘Mistarillionaire’, King Kaka raps: “Jimwat alininyima collabo, Mejja pia na Jua.”
Well, Jimwat has spoken up accusing King Kaka of taking things too personally and mocking him in his song.
He alleges that when he tried to make a comeback, he approached King Kaka’s ‘Kaka Empire’ but the stable did not offer much help.
“Najaribu kusort hiyo issue ya kama nilimnyima collabo, which is true, he was an upcoming artiste, so along the way nikijaribu kumake my comeback, nilienda Kaka Empire na walinizungusha sana. So the time alinitaja nilifeel nikama ananimock… Ilikua issue yetu kivyetu na akaiweka public.”
He went on: “Vile hawa watu wanaclaim they’re the kings of 254, ngoja watu wakucrown, wakuambie we ni King. Si ati unaamka tu siku moja juu uko na hit unasema wewe ni King…”
The ‘Under 18’ hitmaker has also hit the booth and released a comeback diss track titled ‘Blunder.’ According to Jimwat, “Blunder is a special dedication to King Kaka.”
Check out the lyric video below.