Khaligraph Jones is known for his lyrical flow and unforgettable bars.
Now the real O.G has shared a few choice words for the slay queens of Nairobi. Taking to Instagram, Baba Yao Khaligraph Jones has dropped a banger addressing the superficial habits of Nairobi’s notorious slay queens. Addressing them, he spoke out against their sexual irresponsibility and poor life choices.
The snippet shared on Instagram has garnered over 14,000 views. Dubbed over the instrumentals for Destiny’s Child 2009 release “Girl” the “Toa Tint” rapper does well to match his flow with the rhythm of the original. With a powerful message to boot, Jones might actually have done a better job than the Beyonce-led trio. Don’t you agree?
Jones is currently working on a new collaboration with P Square’s RudeBoy as part of the new season of Coke Studio. Speaking to The Sauce in an exclusive interview behind the scenes of Coke Studio, the Kayole native spoke about his most recent album “Testimony 1990” a body of work that he worked on for years. Speaking about fans’ reception he said “it’s not every day you see an artist get that kind of reception during and after the day of release. And these are facts. There are a lot of people who get a lot of hype during the launch of the album…but immediately the event is over, then the hype is over. But Testimony 1990 kept the conversation going even after the launch, 2 to 3 weeks down the line people were still talking about the content of the album.”
Talking about a recent diss Octopizzo pitting the talent of O.G Khaligraph Jones against that King Kaka, Khaligraph had lots to say about the comment made on social media. Jones explained, “We are taking different directions with our music… I am not on his level, he is not on my level. We are on our own individual levels. His content is different, his delivery is different, his choice of instrumental…”