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#WCW: Femi One of the 'Pilau Njeri' fame speaks out on why she is the best female rapper in Kenya

By Caroline Nyanga | Wednesday, Nov 23rd 2016 at 14:22

 SDE: What makes you different from the rest?

I believe I am unique in the sense that I am capable of putting something new on the table something which others have not been able to do so. Instead they tend to sound or imitate other artists which is not a good thing.

Creativity and originality speaks volume about an artist. Unlike them I was mentored by a rap legend.

SDE: What are your future plans?

I plan on releasing my next song in early December. So far I have six videos it is just a matter of time before I can release them.

SDE: Who do you see yourself in say three years’ time?

I will be the top local rapper (not female rapper) but rapper in general since I am competing with male rappers.

SDE: Last message

Either you go hard or go home. This industry doesn’t need humility, (that can only apply to gospel singer Bahati). One needs to be aggressive in order to succeed and prove your critics wrong.


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