As if the ratchet and viral ‘Lamba Lolo’ hit by Umoja crew Ethic wasn’t enough, an upcoming femcee by the name Livia Grasha has hit the studio to hit us with some more ratchetness.
Livia Grasha’s hit is a direct response to the original ‘Lamba Lolo’, which remarkably has been viewed over 1.1 million times on YouTube in just one month.
Grasha’s Lamba Lolo refix, to put in simpler words, is more atrocious than the original and paints a deeply worrying picture of Kenyan youth.
In the song, Grasha sings: “Hakuna cha kalongo longo hapa. Hakuna cha baba na mama. his round lazima muget the real thing. Hamta lamba lolo pekee, this round tunawapee yote kama package.”
It is also quite unfortunate that Grasha will soon be gracing our television screens just like her partners in crime Ethic. Shockingly still, Ethic are said to have landed a deal to curtain raise for South Africa rap star Nasty C in coming days. Kenyans and mediocrity. SMH!
The two songs have forced some industry players to speak out about the state of Kenya’s music industry. 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.
“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.
With that said, peep at some pictures of Livia Grasha below and watch her music video.