Khaligraph has earned the respect plus support of his fans through hard work and consistency. That is why when he speaks, his fans pay attention.
Addressing naysayers and those who keep trashing and demotivating artists in the industry, he has advised that this is not the right way to be relevant.
Ukitaka kukua Relevant Hii Kenya Sema tu Kenyan Artists are lazy and shit ama Kenyan Music is trash 🤦♂️Khaligraph
The OG has also expressed appreciation to those support and encourage artists who keep going, despite the myriad challenges.
but To the real fans who support, Lets keep pushing, Tunapanda juu pole pole and To all the aspiring Musicians on the Come up, Don’t let them demotivate you,OG
He however has pointed out the need for criticism, as it is essential for the growth of artists.
Online criticism is needed for growth but that should never give you the impression that people are not doing okay, we came in this game with nothing and used this Music to change our lives, lets strive to make it better, so far so good”.Khaligraph Jones
Khaligraph Jones started his music journey back In 2004. He made his debut in a studio; as a duo with gospel singer Hopekid. The two had formed a music group in school in Kayole, where they schooled together.
I came from something but it was nothing compared to the standards that I’ve set right now. The perception people have is that I come from a very well-off background-but that’s not the case, I officially got onto the stage as Khaligraph Jones in 2008 at a function called (WAP) Words And Pictures. That’s where I launched my career as a rapper and I was no longer doing gospel musicHe has said in a previous interview with TheStar Newspaper