Since Khali Cartel 2 by Kenyan rapper, Khaligraph Jones, dropped, we have seen many upcoming hip-hop artists surface in the industry. Among them, AD Family is the most prominent hip-hop music group so far. The notorious Rap Gang recently released an epic version of Khaligraph’s hit song dubbed Khali Cartel 2.1. Khali Cartel 2.1 is produced by ABH Sound Studios and directed by Magnum the Deejay with the original bet been done by Motif.
AD Family is a controversial upcoming hip-hop music group in Kenya comprising of the Shrap Gang Mafia, Boutross, Dope-I-Mean, Kay Green, Jovie Jovv, Barak Jacuzzi, and Breeder Lw. Together, the rappers form the AD Family music group, a team that is attracting a lot of love from hip hop fans, both locally and across the continent.
Their latest release, Khali Cartel 2.1, is an elaborate version of Khaligraph’s Khali Cartel 2 and follows the same flow, beats, and rapping style.
From the lyrics to the creative video, Khali Cartel 2.1 is a gangster-themed rap song that well deserves the attention it’s getting. The song reflects on the usual hip-hop craze – money, women, and good music.
Khali Cartel 2.1 has gathered a lot of divided opinions on YouTube and social media at large. While some are criticizing the lack of creativity in terms of the beats, many are confident that AD Family did a better job that Khaligraph and his crew.
One thing is clear though – Khali Cartel 2.1 draws inspiration from Khaligraph’s version of the song and AD Family sure did a good job, both in the video and their creative lyrics. But as far as who did it better goes, we’ll leave that opinion to you