Posts Tagged ‘Doobiez’

Abbas Kubaff – Shika Doggy (GetMziki Exclusive ***)

Abbas vs Chiwawa

The Beef Continues… Should I weight in right now or after the the jump? Actually let me go in now..

So round one was posted a few week ago (early June) – If you missed it click here to check out the on going beef between Abbass and Chiwawa. Now we knew it was only a matter of time before the response came through we just didn’t know Doobiez was going to go all out…

We are yet to get our hands on the MP3 version for the DJ’s busy making mixtapes right now however the video was just too hilarious not to post this here. Dressing chiwawa with a skirt (the actual pooch dog) and putting Abbas face on Bumble bee (Transformers) was just priceless. A priceless experience to a beef that is escalating..

We will go in hard after the mp3 is posted..

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Abbas feat Eppy – Sun Will Shine (GetMziki Exclusive ****)

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This is one of the most non-assuming tracks I’ve heard in a long time, although once you start putting Eppy into perspective you realize that he deserves every accolade that will be coming his way. AP or Eppy hails from Uganda and anyone who has been a keen follower of Ugandan Music will immediately realize that majority of their successful artists are dancehall inspired (or what I call lugmaffin – a fusion of luganda and raggamuffin). The top artists from the region, Chameleon, Ragga D, Bebe Cool, just to name a few are all raggamuffin/ dancehall inspired artists. With no exception to Eppy who has been nominated twice for Pearl Africa Awards and has won once. So to me this joint doesnt really come off as a surprise hit coz both artists are ontop of their game.

Doobiez delivers on this track as usual, its interesting to hear his lyrics/rhymes over reggae beats but I must admit I kinda enjoyed that change. Either way without giving too much away I will drop this beat and let y’all digest it.

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Abbas – A Million Rhymes (GetMziki Exclusive ***)

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It may appear we are having an Abbas inspired week, I have had this song for a while but I

didnt think much about it in comparison to Juu ya Laa (Murume) however looking through the comments on that post – I think its only right that I share it now.

Abbas spits some political lines that as I understand caused some heat in Kenya because of the realness of the content… give this track a listen.

Update: The Quality on the streaming is not the best but am working to resolve that

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Doobiez – Abbas Kubaff Mujanjama – The Album ***

Disclaimer: These tracks are off Abbas’s unreleased album (or released), I’ve had these tracks for about 4 years now but figured today it won’t matter as much whether I shared them or I didn’t. So before some folks start complaining that this music isnt new – I’d just like to put it out there that I know… but i still think the quality of work these guys put in 4yrs ago, deserves recognition today – ITS STILL RELEVANT.

Not much can be said about any of these tracks because by me putting them here already means I think they are hot. However i’d appreciate any feedback as usual. My favorite track of course is the Anga Banga Anthem. (Anga Banga eventually became slang for Boza or Weed). Lyrically I tend to compare Abbas to Lil Wayne – some people don’t like that comparison, but to me their style of rhyming is the same. They say things backwards – they bring the punchline before the statement. Consider this line off Anga Banga Anthem.

// Wacha ni wa spike kama Spanish fly, kwa ma drink na ma punchline saa ya lunchtime baadala ya ketchup na fries, rap king Solomon nina mawazo wise, na teach about life, na talk about kuwa survivor na ku stay alive, kama wa see wa five, si lazima ni rap about ma thighs na ma dame na tights … //

If that line passed you then Abbas lyrical flow will definitely be disruptive to you, but if you can read that and or listen to Anga Banga and appreciate the arrangement of lyrics and the context of his statements then you too will appreciate Mr. Mujanjama and realize that he is sincerely one of the defining rappers/artists of our time (in Kenya that is)

True to the fact I listen to all this songs mostly daily

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Brand New Music: Doobiez – One 4 HipHop


image courtesy of HipHop Colony – creativity GetMziki

I have documented enough of Doobiez aka Mjanjama aka Abas Kubaff – Anga Banga!! on this site so there isn’t much I can add about him. I am Doobiez enthusiast and fan – not withstanding he is one of my very good friends. Doobiez also paints and comes up with crazy art work, his creative mind can handle lyrics as well as a paint brush and a canvas.

This is some of his new work, I am impressed at the fact that he has held the fort in the hiphop scene and stayed true to what he always wanted to do. HIP HOP. I am sure wherever Bamboo is, he is proud… This song is growing on me daily – Enjoy… Mjanjamaaaaaa!!!

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