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Top 5 Unforgettable Femcees In Kenya

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  1. Stella Mwangi (STL)-STL has been in the hip-hop game for quite some time now. She artistically incorporates her mother tongue and English to bring out a whole new taste of hip-hop. She has done many major collabos both locally and internationally. Her Biashara track is one of the biggest tracks back then that propelled her to fame. Recently she collaborated with the young and most promising boy band group Matata and dropped some heavy hitters in her verse.
  2. Nazizi– Let’s talk about paving the way for young Femcees in Kenya. Nazizi came into the scene back in the ’90s as part of a group “Necessary Noise” that consists of her and the songbird artist Wyre. She adds up as a rapper, Dancehall artiste, and vocal Reggae artiste. She has done many jams that have taken the Kenyans to the dance floor, done multiple collabos with the likes of  Wyre and some international artists. She is referred to as the queen because she literary opened the gateway for other females and is actually one of the best in the game.

    3. Fena Gitu– Fena Gitu is one femcee that you can’t really hold fort over her career. With a very easy tomboyish look, she hits the verses with her spits and leaves you living through a party in the hooks. She is a rapper, songwriter, and producer. Fena appeared in Coke Studio Ssn 2. Some of her best works are Fenamenal woman, Birikicho, Jabulani, African King, and Doing Her thing though.

    4. Muthoni Drummer Queen (MDQ)– Remember ‘Nai ni ya Nani?’, MDQ is the voice behind it. She is a perfect rapper who knows how to pen down the lyrics and spit them out like crazy. She performs frequently at blankets and wine and adds up as a drummer to, just as her name suggests. She also is the executive for blankets and wine- an outdoor chill event that was popular before the Covid-19 pandemic.

    5. Wangechi– Wangechi first came to the limelight with King Kaka’s “Ligi soo ” remix in 2013. She hasn’t released a body of work recently but she is no doubt one of  Kenya’s unforgettable femcees. Some of her major pieces of art are Ligi soo, Cardiac , They don’t know, Tulia tu and Here’s to us.

    Source: www.mamadj.co.ke

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