Just days after the debut of the video Agakaye by Two 4real featuring Ama G The Black, the latter went on to declare himself King of hip hop. The response he got from both the public and a section of his fellow artists was that of condemnation to say the least, but here tukabyine.com tries to look at the best hip hop stars in our midst.
Fireman’s burst onto the music scene was propelled by his Tuff Gang Crew. The tall slim rapper gives it his all while on stage and is definitely among the best rappers we have in the country.
Also harboring in Tuff Gang, Bulldog’s made a mark as a rapper. He was among the nominees of Primus Guma Guma Super Star, but never made it past the first round.
The eccentric star will always be everywhere at virtually anytime. Although his antics overshadow his music career, P-Fla is arguably among the best rappers and it’s highly expected that he will feature in next year’s Primus Guma Guma Super Star.
Finally this is where he belongs and he should be content with this position. Although he’s quickly climbing the ladder, it would be inappropriate to place him on the first spot given the many years that some of his rivals have been in this game. Ama G scooped the Best hip hop award at Salax Awards in 2013, but were it not for the fallout with the media by Jay Polly, he would have been nowhere near the accolade.
Yes, at position two, even after winning Primus Guma Guma Super Star. Had Jay Polly been in it, it would have been difficult for Riderman to get where he got. But nonetheless Riderman’s success cannot be undermined whatsoever. He has tried time and again and his victory shows a resilience that can only be marched with his relentless daily efforts.
Who else? Even though he never featured anywhere in the country’s two biggest events, that is Salax Awards and Primus Guma Guma Super Star, Jay Polly’s talent in hip hop is unequalled. He’s popular, famous and any other adjective that points towards his stardom would be appropriate to describe him.