Talent Haemorrhage Continues As The Kansoul Releases The Worst Song Of The Decade - DAILY UPDATES

Talent Haemorrhage Continues As The Kansoul Releases The Worst Song Of The Decade


Talent Haemorrhage Continues As The Kansoul Releases The Worst Song Of The Decade Pikoko

"Where did creativity go?" A YouTube user going by the name Miggy Champ asks in the comments section of The Kansoul's new song Pikoko. Miggy is not alone, many fans of the trio have been left with a bad taste in their mouth after listening to this song.
It is next to impossible to make tail or head of what this song is about. Mejja starts his part by saying we came from the ground and we shall return to the ground but it is really this song that should be buried deep under the ground never to be listened to again.
This is the second time Mejja is disappointing fans after his ridiculous verse on Ethic's song, Position, where he was clearly drunk, both on set and in the recording booth, and unprepared to deliver.
It is not clear if The Kansoul was taking a risk by trying a new thing hoping that it would work. It didn't work, at least going by YouTube numbers. The song has only managed to amass a paltry 23,000 views and is not trending despite the fact that there is no other song, by a big artist, out.
The culture of producing low quality content by Kenyan musicians was started by King Kaka who was obsessed with radio interviews and hence released anything he could find just to secure radio interviews. He stopped after he realized it was not working. The harm was already done and the once revered lyricist has resorted to giving motivational talks about how much he suffered growing up in the slums of Eastlands, as if anybody cares.

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