Khaligraph freestyles on Willy Paul’s ‘Chuchuma’ and it is fire

Khaligraph Jones [Photo: Courtesy]

Questions as to whether popular singer Wilson Abubakar Radido alias Willy Paul is still a gospel singer is a no brainer anymore.

Willy Paul, going by his latest move, is slowly carving his niche in the secular world.

The ever-controversial award-winning artist and songwriter recently released a song titled ‘Chuchuma’ which has elicited different reactions from netizens.

The song, which loosely translates to drop it, has spurned a challenge dubbed #ChuchumaArtistChallenge.

The chief executive officer and founder of Saldido international entertainment initiated it on his social media platforms in a bid to get fellow artist battle it out in freestyling his new song.

First on the list was Khaligraph Jones a.k.a Papa Jones, an influential Kenyan rapper who, according to a video shared by Willy Paul, mastered the beat of the new song and displayed masterclass freestyle prowess.

“And now the biggest challenge is on, and Khaligraph just killed the track OG ni OG!! Fire!! Fire!! #Chuchumaartistchallenge. Who else would u like to see?” He captioned the video.

Netizens were quick to shower the Micasa Sucasa crooner with praise for his dexterity in freestyling ‘Chuchuma’

@evans8357 on Instagram wrote; “Hii si ikuwe tu remix,” while @wathish said “Willy Paul umecheki vile OG ameweza jooh big up kollabo sasa”,

@okoyohevance also insisted on a collabo between the two, saying that, “a collabo should follow afterwards kaboom!”

@king_empire_klothing however, had a different opinion, “I have lost my Respect to the OG because of this @khaligraph_jones,” his comment read.

This comes after Willy Paul accused Tanzanian Bongo star, Rayvanny, of stealing ideas from this particular song.

Rayvanny released a song with a similar beat (alongside Nora Fatehi) titled 'Pepeta', two days before ‘Chuchuma’ was out

Apparently according to reports, after their first hit 'Mmmh' which remains to be a big hit up to date, the two went in the studio for another collabo dubbed "Chuchuma', which did not happen.

Weeks later, Willy Paul emerged with claims that someone is trying to steal his work.

"Okay, what´s up people. I would like to bring this to the attention of everyone, there is somebody trying to steal from a Kenyan, and my friend listen, nobody steals from Pozee," Willy Paul said.