With a hyped-up and major announcement for their fans on the way, the eclectic rap trio came through and did a massive thing onstage for their group of loyal supporters.
Rapper Fress AllDay on Kenyan Hip-Hop, Education, and being part of the Unkut Hennessy Hip-Hop Cypher
“I’ve learned that it’s really important to work with other artists because it broadens your fan base. My last two projects were solo projects but on my new project, I plan on working with various artists.”
When asked for his thoughts on the current state of hip hop, the legendary Edu Gee said, “It’s great to be here amongst such raw and raging talent from the 254! The future of Kenyan hip hop is in the room and it’s very much alive and kicking.”