Kenyan artists are always looking for ways to make hits, thus many of them have jumped on the ‘Twa Twa’ craze and released ‘Twa Twa’ inspired songs.
There are several songs and even mixes released by various Kenyan stars since the phrase went viral. These include, Ochungulo Family, Magix Enga and KRG The Don.
As reported by The Sauce, the new street lingo which means sex was coined by a female preacher giving a sermon on matters of the bedroom. In the video, the preacher who has been identified as Susan Munene of Overcome Ministries in Kasarani encourages her audience to engage in sex frequently saying that it is the only game made by God.
“Sex is the only game that God created, think about it, Football, Rugby, Netball are all man-made,” she said.
Speaking from her own experience, the pastor said she and her husband, also a preacher, get intimate everywhere, including in the car and in the kitchen.
Listen to some of the Twa Twa songs released thus far below.
Twa Twa by Ochungulo Family
Ochungulo Family are usual suspects when it comes to viral songs as reported by The Sauce. They have previously released ‘Krimino’ and ‘Kaa Na Mama Yako’ so it was only a matter of time before they released their own version of the viral ‘Twa Twa’ phrase.
The hitmaking group released their ‘Twa Twa’ song today (27.11.19) and has attracted over 20,000 views on YouTube.
Twa Twa by KRG The Don and Spizzo
KRG the Don who is known for controversies and making dancehall songs also jumped on the ‘Twa Twa’ bandwagon alongside a less known Spizzo. They released their Twa Twa song yesterday (26.11.19) and has since garnered over 15,000 views.
Twa Twa by STI- Key and Undersqo
Upcoming artists STI-Key and Kaka Empire’s Undersqo teamed up to release their own take on the ‘Twa Twa’ phrase. The song was released yesterday (26.11.19) and was produced by Me n Jamz.
Others who have given a go at the catchphrase include, popular beat maker Magix Enga who is known for producing the hit ‘Dundaing’. He released a Twa Twa instrumental which fans want Gengetone stars, Sailors, to jump onto.
Upcoming singer Benso Chocha released his Kikuyu version of the song alongside a video.