Posts Tagged ‘JuaCali’

JuaCali – Miaka (GetMziki Exclusive *****)

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We’ve had this track for a while but we weren’t so sure about how to release it until last week when JuaCali sent the video. I think after seeing the video the lyrics and the beats just put the visuals to a complete circle. I want to say a lot about how this track makes me feel and the places it touches in my soul with the content but I wont. Especially because I grew up in Buru Buru phase V, so I can relate to probably 97% of the experiences growing up in Eastlands.

So I wont add any commentary.. Ill let you listen and bless the comments section.

I couldn’t help it listening to the track again i just have to air out my laundry. Growing up in Eastlands has to be one of the best things ever in this world. Most of the folks who grew up in that part of Nairobi will understand the next few statements am about to make. To me I think majority of the Buru, Jeri, Koma, Umo, Marish and so forth neighborhoods are really guys who made a way out of no way. Personally I grew up in an Esto (raunda) that I thought was the shit. I think if I was to add lyrics to JuaCalis song – I would touch on BANO (spider, Krakis no payee’s), I would add on Safo (which normally was around Easter time, like now), I would add tipo (more like brikisho, bantu or whatever the hell that means), I would add TV – how one jama would leave the house and shout “Spiderman ime anzaaaa”. I think when I got older we had this one guys hao we would go to watch porno at (was probably a Kao too ha ha ha). Also when I grew older circuit na mathree was a standard (like when you sit in a mat until the tape finishes ha ha ha). Anyway I just love this song coz it ignites a lot of fond memories.

Leo’s Edit: Miaka Kumi na Nne – Nilikuwa na Feya mzeiya, lakini feya yangu ilikua diambo, ilikuwa inaitwa Chulita – juu iko na blada na chuma. Feya ya wagondi wapyenga. hukuweza kuni zushia .. nilikuwa mrui noma!!! OTERO… Big Ben..

Anyway enjoy this banger…

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JuaCali feat Ksoja – Mabeste Damu (GetMziki Exclusive ****)

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JuaCali sent this heat to me today and I couldn’t hold it, I felt fire burning in my hands and I just had to drop it right there and then. Funny thing is I had just seen the video about an hour or two ago and I was like damn this is one sick TRACK. I mean JuaCali is a genius story finished. No more to add no more to edit. I honestly cant talk about this track because there isn’t much to say about it. THE TRACK IS FIRE.

Brand new music from Jua and Ksoja a new artists about to break the market. And from his first verse I can tell yall Calif Records is going to run 2010. For all you Genge FANs here is an EXCLUSIVE. you heard it first and copped it first on GetMziki…

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Jua Cali – Sikupenda kwangu (GetMziki Exclusive ****)

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JuaCali is currently working on his third studio album which of course is being produced by Clement Rapudo (Clemo of Calif Records). On September 1st Calif records released this single to the media houses in Kenya and of course us too – I smell an instant hit. Although this is not one of those classic beat ya Clemo tracks (most Clemo tracks will hit you with the kick and snare from the word go – its hard to ignore that infectious beat once the rappers start spitting because Clemo just has a way of arranging beats thats unique and classic – we call it GENGE!!) However I think this track is a creeper.

I call it a creeper because you will slowly like to hate this song – so it creeps up on you. Sikupenda kwangu is just a feel good song, the type of track you just want to listen to and marinate to… Whenever I post Calif based songs I dont like talking too much – I like to let the music do the talking… Enjoy

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Mejja, Jua Cali, Allaholla, Raudy Ru, K Soulja – Twende Juu

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I understand this is not a relatively new track but it fell on my laps like last month, funny thing is I heard DJ Edu dropped it like last week so I figured it must be new – but my sources say its not. I also dont really know how many artists are on this track but its worth posting because it has some swag…. Its not one of my favorite tracks but it will do for a TUESDAY.

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Brand New: Jua Cali feat Mejja – Bongo La Biashara

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Here is a not so new song but as far as this website is concerned it might as well be new. Bongo la Biashara has been an evasive song in our database, each time we got a copy it wasn’t up to our standards and also more importantly it wasn’t complete. Finally we managed to get our hands on something more meaningful (full version).

This is a classic JuaCali track, to have Mejja on this track is a blessing because the two artists are probably the most sought after Genge artists in Kenya currently (or at the time of recording this song). The beat sounds so futuristic like something off a West Coast producer, with the pianos the plug in accordions and the harps. I like the track – but without further due – enjoy the track

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