Khaligraph Drops Much-awaited ‘Tuma Kitu’ Video
23 July 2020
By Omondi Otieno
Award-winning Kenyan rapper Khaligraph Jones has drops his much-awaited video dubbed ‘Tuma Kitu’.
‘Tuma Kitu’ is Swahili word that loosely translates to ‘Send Something’. The phrase is mostly used to ask for money from your peers especially when you are in some form of a fix.
In the song, Khaligraph uses the phrase to ask for cash from his inner circle, as he is stranded in town and unable to make it back home due to lack of fare.
Listening to the new release, you get to appreciate that Khaligraph is indeed one of the best rappers in the country, and he gets better every time he drops a new song.
The video is simple and has well-choreographed dances that will leave you dancing and playing the video over and over again.
The video is doing extremely well, and has over 20,000 views on YouTube in less than one hour.
For the better part of the week, Khaligraph had been sharing promo videos for the new jam, with his fans urging him to drop ‘Tuma Kitu’.
Before it was released, Khaligraph was flying high with several collaborations including; Nadia Mukami’s Tesa which also featured Fena Gitu.