Octopizzo is a one of a kind rapper in the country.
His style of music is fresh and different as he describes it.
The rapper likes to be vocal on matters affecting the society and has been using his music to stand up for what he believes in.
The artist who hails from Kibera in an interview at Homeboyz Radio went ahead to describe his style as having the hottest bars in the country and the originator of trap music in Kenya.
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Rapper Octopizzo is known to be one who does not shun from speaking his mind off.
He views music differently and switched up his style to include the African culture in Hip Hop.
Octopizzo is a strong believer in the African culture and through his music that is clearly seen, he has also gone ahead to change his name from Henry, his first birth name to Ohanga his luo family name and dropped the English name.
The rapper in an interview has gone ahead to beat his chest as the artist with the hottest bars in the country.
“Name anybody who has the hottest bars than the Don Period!” Said the confident rapper.
For him he says he does not have to prove why he stands out since he has been a trendsetter in the country by starting trap music and drill in Kenya.
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“I don’t have to prove, I can rap. I started trap in this country, I started drill in this country.” He added.
Octopizzo has also come out to speak out on what he describes as mediocrity among Kenyans who are fond of supporting artists from other countries such as Tanzania and neglecting their own.
With his new album Jungle fever, it is clear that he has chosen to take a different turn and cooperate in the African culture in his vibe which has worked magically.
The album which has been well received includes collaborations from various artists such as the great Suzanna Owiyo who has brought her flavor in Lela, Idd Aziz on tracks such as Good morning Africa, City Kabanas and Dungu, Sitaki, Maselina, Zambe featuring Maga, Jaber, Nataka and Karatasi among songs in the album.