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A monthly display of artistic talent from all over the country with re-known Hip Hop artists gracing the stage.
Welcome to The Bogof (Being Only Great Of Finesse). This edition has been dubbed Mine To Move. Deep Poetry and Hip Hop served to you live and raw! Miss it, miss out!
Music, body art, DJs and good times...
Sounds Like: Tech N9ne, Immortal Technique, Jay-Z, Vinnie Paz, Talib Kweli
Kalimani, one half of the hip hop duo, Kambi Halali, was born in the late 80's and had an early liking for poetry and hip hop, easily rapping along to many hip hop tracks.
With his partner in Kambi Halali, Shahidi, they represent Nakuru 20100. They have a mixtape out called Booth-leg, which has 8...See Full Bio
“KALIMANI - FALL BACK = HIT Nakuru's finest MC, Kalimani, pulls no punches with this cautionary hardcore Hip Hop joint littered with free flowing word play and hard hitting rhymes. The beat is a no nonsense old school instrumental with a dominant kick and snare. But the lyrics are obviously the center of all the attention in this track as Kalimani seeks to set the record straight on a few seemingly pressing matters. Like when he raps "...si hujifanya ma bro kwa media but ki ndani unajifanya we pekee ndio pro...". Kalimani's raw and uncut style coupled with his streetwise lyricism is Hip Hop at its finest but with his versatile flow and subtle delivery, he seems to have the ability to juggle between underground and mainstream rap without missing a beat. Boniface Mwalii (Buzz Page 7)”
Ask Kalimani anything...
Q: u hali gani kalimani ,y u guys stil undergrnd?, ni doh ama ni beat hakuna za kurecord sound,,changamkeni joh amkeni kwa ground,,na mrap cleanfree hiphop illumi wasiwahaunt,,....... hrtbeat aka hurtbit
A: Underground is a state of mind. You've never heard of an underground politician have you? We are Hip Hop artistes steadily rising. Bless.
Asked by anonymous. Answered on Fri Nov 09 2012All Questions