The Star (Nairobi)

22 February 2013

Kenya: Visiting Naija Rapper to Collabo With Camp Mulla

Music video by Nanjira performing Walking. ( Resource: Nanjira - Walking

Nigerian sensation, Wonda Boy jetted into Nairobi on Wednesday for a week long itinerary that involves recording a single with teenage group, Camp Mulla.

Wonda - real name Blessed Edewo - will hit up Blackman's studio to record a single titled Overload with the BET nominated Kenyan act.

A source told Word Is, "The song is about being born to conquer and overlooking hardship.Overload is a fusion of Afro-beat and techno/house, a trend-setter not only in Nigeria but in Africa. The song is bound to be a success and will both increase Camp Mulla's leverage in Nigeria as well as give audience to a new fusion sound that Blackman is confident the audiences will like."

The arrangement to have the Nigerian artiste in Nairobi for the recording session was organised by "Blackman who works with many artistes and his manger got in touch with him. The rest is history."

Beside Camp Mulla, Wonda will also work with "Nanjira as well as other hip hop artistes" during his stay in Nairobi."

Wonda has been branded by acclaimed critics as the next big thing out of Nigeria.

In other news, Camp Mulla are also featured in a Pan-African collabo masterminded by "African and Proud" - Banky W that also features South African L-Tido, Nigerian Vector and Ghanaian Sarkodie.

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