After raising a storm on Spotify and other digital platforms, ‘Kwa Bar’, an explosive collabo by Odi Wa Muranga featuring Fathermoh and Thee Exit Band’s Harry Craze, is set to be unveiled on YouTube this week.
‘Kwa Bar’ is a dancehall mash-up that is a combination of Odi Wa Muranga’s lyrical prowess, with Fathermoh’s razor-sharp flow and Harry Craze’s smooth vocals, which resulted in a Gengetone masterpiece.
Being a fascinating party jam, ‘Kwa Bar’ is not only being streamed on digital platforms but has since become one of the tracks dominating the entertainment scene in Kenya currently, and already a number of radio stations are picking up the song.
With ‘Kwa Bar’, Odi Wa Muranga, Fathermoh and Harry Craze are simply out to give their fans more than a thousand reasons to hit the nearest bar or hangout, such that they can enjoy partying, because that’s what life is really about.
This is the kind of song that brings together everyone who understands the true meaning of enjoying life, because partying has no limitation to religious beliefs, age, culture or social status.
It should be noted that although Gengetone is a genre that started as an underground movement in Kenya, thanks to artists like Odi Wa Muranga, Fathermoh, Harry craze and others, it has evolved over the years to become a powerful musical force that has left an indelible mark on music, fashion, and societies around East Africa at large.
Stream ‘Kwa Bar’ on Spotify by tapping the link above as we wait for the song to debut on YouTube; but don’t forget it’s also available on all other digital platforms.