Kenyan rapper King Kaka photo

Prominent Kenyan rapper King Kaka and his friend Otile Brown received a big blow  YouTube pulled down their trending collabo dubbed fight citing copyright infringement that was allegedly filed by Deyminbrown.

Taking to his social media pages, the Dundaying hitmaker criticized the accumulating volume of alleged copyright lawsuits from people he said were just after clout.

“Hizi copyright lawsuit zimekuwa mingi. People should stop clout hustling and just make song. A product that we made from scratch with Otile in a studio sai iko na kesi”. A disappointed King Kaka disclosed on his Twitter handle.

The hot single dubbed fight was the artist’s second alliance after doing Alivyonipenda hit song four years down the line that presently has over 5.4 million views on YouTube and counting.

The new video carried YouTube by storm and had already crowned the music charts after its drop.

The song broke a record after exceeding 100k views on YouTube just after going live.

The song which is now inaccessible on YouTube was produced by popular producer and a director Vicky Pon Dis and directed by director Steve Mugo.

King Kaka’s hit record has already been cosigned by a lot of netizens after it was released a week ago.

The ‘Fight’ record is a mid-tempo song where Otile Brown flirts to his signature vocal strengths providing a catchy heart-warming tune.

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