Kenyan rapper Khaligraph Jones has released a new song titled “Chocha.” The song is a satirical take on the current state of affairs in Kenya, from the country’s political landscape to the social media culture.
The song’s title is a slang term that means “fake” or “phony.” In the song, Khaligraph Jones calls out people who are all talk and no action. He raps about people who pretend to be rich and successful, but who are actually struggling to make ends meet. He also criticizes people who spread misinformation and rumors on social media.
The song’s music video is directed by Kevin Mwai and features cameos from a number of celebrities, including comedian Eric Omondi and musician Femi One. The video is set in a variety of locations, including a high-end club, a slum, and a newsroom.
“Chocha” is a sharp and witty commentary on the current state of Kenya. It is a reminder that we should be careful about what we believe and who we trust.
Here are some of the key lyrics from the song:
- “Eti naskia… Nyi hupenda kuchocha, sindio? Acha tuchoche basi”
This line sets the tone for the song, which is a critique of people who are always trying to impress others.
- “Kama huna noti na kuna dem umenoki Anakuuliza ka uko na moti, chocha”
This line is about people who pretend to be rich in order to attract women.
- “Rent hujakanja, landy ashakupa notice Lakini umegoma hautoki, chocha”
This line is about people who are struggling to pay their rent, but who refuse to move out of their expensive apartments.
- “Forex unawaosha bila copy, chocha”
This line is about people who are involved in fraudulent activities, such as money laundering.
- “Ocha wanajua wee ni doki, chocha”
This line is about people who pretend to be professionals, but who are not qualified.
- “Mbogi wanasema wee ni bosii, chocha”
This line is about people who pretend to be in positions of power, but who are actually insignificant.
- “IG hauwezi cheza low-key, chocha”
This line is about people who are always trying to show off on social media.
Overall, “Chocha” is a well-crafted and thought-provoking song. It is a reminder that we should be careful about what we believe and who we trust.