- In the song “Dundaing”, Kristoff completely outshines the owner of the track.
- His lyrics are fitting and his verses flow like the waters of The Nile.
- The song sounds like Kristoff featuring King Kaka, not King Kaka featuring Kristoff.
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In medieval kingdoms, the coronation of new kings was conducted by oracles or high priests depending on whether that specific society believed in gods like the Greeks or the Almighty God like the Scots.
These people were tasked with the responsibility of placing the crown on the king’s head and proffering him with the powers to govern the land. Today, I appoint myself both Oracle and High Priest. And with immediate effect, I declare Kristoff the king of collabos. You may now rule the land King Christopher.
One thing that has become clear about Kristoff aka Mluhya Wa Busia is that his solo songs are usually shoddy, but when he teams up with another artiste he spits fire like a dragon in “Game Of Thrones”. Tracks featuring his vocals tend to slide to the top of the chats with utmost ease. Most recently, the song “Dundaing” in which he has been featured by King Kaka has cemented this fact.
The song has swiftly become the number one party anthem in the country. Everywhere you check in, your ears are greeted with the lyrics “don’t go, I am kujaing….”
What’s even more awesome about “Dundaing” is that Kristoff completely outshines the owner of the track. His lyrics are fitting and his verses flow like the waters of The Nile.
The song sounds like Kristoff featuring King Kaka, not King Kaka featuring Kristoff. I have on several occasions forgotten that the Kaka Empire CEO was even in it.
It’s never fun to be destroyed on your own song. Jay Z was once destroyed by Eminem in “Renegade” back in 2001 and people keep talking about it to this day. Khaligraph, too, was recently destroyed by Tanzanian rapper Roma in “Now You Know”. If he went back in time and had to do that song again, I have no doubt he would leave Roma out of it.
I’ve said that Kristoff does well on collabos but poorly on solo efforts. Obviously, the most logical way to confirm if something is a fact is to check the statistics. So let’s do that.
Here is a list of bangers that Kristoff was part of. There was “Dandia” which also had King Kaka and Frasha. Matatus and clubs played it so much until at one point the earth’s vast atmosphere contained approximately equivalent amounts of oxygen and “Dandia”.