American based Ivy the DJ played the song 'Dundaing' during an NBA game between Portland Trail Blazers and Dallas Mavericks.
A Kenyan DJ on Tuesday played King Kaka's newest hit Dundaing in the US during an NBA game between Portland Trail Blazers and Dallas Mavericks.
In a video that is making rounds on social media, Ivy the DJ played the song which features Maxic Enga and Kristoff was singing in the background as fans danced to its tunes as they enjoyed the match.
This got King Kaka's attention who posted on his Twitter account that "We are Dundaing in the US. Marvs vs Por."
King Kaka also thanked the DJ for playing the music.
And We Are NBA. We are Dundaing!!!! 🇺🇸 MARVS VS POR.
Big up @poizonivythedj#eastlandoroyaltypic.twitter.com/HDSQFxzRrV
-- KING KAKA (@RabbitTheKing) December 5, 2018
The DJ, whose real name is Ivy Awino, made a breakthrough in her career after she was given the chance to play songs for the Dallas Mavericks basketball team.
This comes at a time when King Kaka's career seem to be rising higher after he launched his new album Eastlando Royalty last week.
He also proposed to his lover during the launch.
Read the original article on Nairobi News.
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