Buruklyn Boyz, who represent Buruburu or Tano Nane, are a product of Buruklyn Records, who are emerging in the underground hip-hop scene. Mr Right’s recent release WOOSH WOOSH has been a big bop that has enabled him to be independently recognized while being in the game for about a year.
If you’re not familiar with the tagline Kwani Ni Kesho, have a seat as we introduce you to the not-so-new organization that’s generating quite a stir in Nairobi.
They may have innocent-appearing faces, but they project a gangsta image. Ajay, the group’s CEO and also a rapper, and Mr.Right are the two primary faces. True to their pledge, the boys are doing everything they can to promote Eastlands and make their hood proud, as the Eastside has always had a strong presence in Kenyan hip-hop. The rappers are always seen in dark hues blue and black, which are highly connected with the Crip Gangs, and tossing around gangsta signs, making Nairobi look like the UK in terms of aesthetics, making you want to hear more from them.