Watch Kenya’s BET Hip-Hop Award-nominated rapper Khaligraph Jones video for ‘Lwanda Magere Legacy 1’

Speaking his truth, perhaps from personal experiences, Kenya’s Khaligraph Jones raps about being the supplier of honesty, why he thinks an African artist will never make it in America, hanging out with his daughter instead of being all over the place, and more. It is interesting to hear an international star mention haters so clearly on a record, but it isn’t far-fetched for anyone who is inspired by or lists Big Daddy Kane and Tupac. In particular, he asked artists from Sierra Leone to keep his name out of their mouths. Watch the visual for ‘Lwanda Magere Legacy 1’. BET nominated him for this year’s ‘Best International Flow’ Hip-Hop award.

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