Hailing from Nairobi’s Eastlands area, the Kenyan hip hop ensemble “Wakadinali” (Rong Rende) has carved a distinct niche within the music landscape.
Comprising Scar Mkadinali, Domani Munga, and Sewer Sydaa, the trio united in 2003 to form a powerhouse of artistic expression.
Over the years, Wakadinali has marked their journey with the release of 4(Four) albums: “Ndani Ya Cockpit” (2017), “Ndani Ya Cockpit 2” (2018), “Ndani Ya Cockpit 3” (2022) and “Mtoto Wa Mama” (2019).
Their unique hallmark lies in their raw and unrefined approach to hip hop, tackling pertinent societal topics like poverty, crime, and substance abuse.
This candid and gritty perspective has garnered them acclaim for their genuine portrayal of life’s complexities.
Their unflinching authenticity has played a pivotal role in the resurgence of Kenyan hip hop.
Revered for their unwavering honesty, the group has revived the genre and rekindled its spirit, both locally and beyond.
Accolades have followed their path, with the group securing coveted awards such as Best Rap Group at the 2019 Groove Awards.
The group’s impact has resonated across borders, catching the attention of international platforms such as The Guardian and OkayAfrica, which have spotlighted their artistry.
Here’s Our Compilation of Kenya’s Best Wakadinali Top 10 HipHop Tracks
Wakadinali, SirBwoy – Geri Inengi
Wakadinali – “Sikutambui”
Wakadinali – Morio Anzenza
Wakadinali – Avoid those People
Wakadinali – McMca
Wakadinali – “Umoroto”
Wakadinali – Eye contact
Wakadinali – Case Closed
Wakadinali – Balalu
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