Ngesh Kaveve Kazoze: Najua Ngoma Zangu Ni Za Wana Lakini Zinanipea ni Mingi zinaweza Walisha mwezi

Emerging as a prominent figure in the Gengetone music sphere, Ngesh Kaveve Kazoze has recently captured widespread attention. Her ascent to fame began with the release of verses in a song alongside her collective, Spider Gang, which rapidly gained viral traction.

Ngesh’s lyrical themes resonated deeply with many Kenyans, fostering a sense of connection that quickly endeared her to an expanding fan base. Surprisingly, within just two weeks, the song garnered over 1 million views, propelling Ngesh into the limelight. Consequently, she found herself inundated with interview requests and received support from various quarters.

However, success inevitably drew criticism. Some individuals voiced dissatisfaction with Ngesh’s swift rise to stardom and the subsequent changes in her lifestyle. Formerly engaged in street vending, she now commanded stages in nightlife venues, earning substantial income.

During a live interaction on TikTok, a vocal critic launched harsh remarks, accusing her of creating shallow lyrics that failed to resonate with the average Kenyan. Despite the criticism, Ngesh exhibited remarkable composure in her response. While acknowledging that her lyrics might be perceived as simplistic, she staunchly defended them, emphasizing their crucial role in sustaining her livelihood.

Ngesh’s artistic talent has led to bookings for performances at numerous clubs, where she earns remuneration for her creative output. Firmly standing her ground, she emphasized that as long as her music continued to generate significant income, she had no intention of veering away from her perceived “childish” lyrical style. Her unwavering dedication to her craft and her determination to leverage her talent for a better life remain steadfast.