A SIDE NEVER SEEN BEFORE

King Kaka opens up about illness in new song 'Manifest'

He recently opened up to his fans about being sick for three months following a misdiagnosis.

In Summary

• The song gives listeners an insight into how King Kaka was feeling during his challenging illness.

• Now on the road to recovery, King is showing the world the thoughts that were in his mind during his ordeal.

King Kaka releases an emotive song that shows a side that many have never seen before, teaming up with the talented Nviiri The Storyteller in “Manifest”.
King Kaka releases an emotive song that shows a side that many have never seen before, teaming up with the talented Nviiri The Storyteller in “Manifest”.
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King Kaka has never been one to shy away from speaking on the realities of life in his signature poetic style.

However, this time, the story is more personal. He just released an emotive song that shows a side that many have never seen before, teaming up with the talented Nviiri The Storyteller in “Manifest”.

The thoughtfully written song gives listeners an insight into how King Kaka was feeling during his challenging illness.

He recently opened up to his fans about being sick for three months following a misdiagnosis. This led to adverse body reactions leaving him fighting for his life.

"One day I will tell the full story but as of now, I have summarized it in a song. I know we have different struggles, I hope that this song revamps the little hope and light left in you. You have a destiny and God has a plan for you," King Kaka told his fans.

Now on the road to recovery, King is showing the world the thoughts that were in his mind during his ordeal.

‘Manifest’ is a mid-tempo song where Nviiri plays to his signature vocal strengths delivering the perfect poignant chorus for the song. The singer is complemented by King Kaka who delivers thought-provoking and poetic bars that take you right into his frame of mind while writing the song.

The track is produced by Wuod Omollo while the video is directed by Steve Mugo. The visuals also feature raw clips that were taken by King Kaka’s wife Nana Owiti during his numerous hospital visits.