Khaligraph Jones started a call for Kenyan music to be played and Jalango came out gun blazing but as it turns out, he is currently feeling the heat.
Admitting on the current take of events, Jalango first Welcomes Khaligraph Jones to the country before saying that he stands for his word.
“Welcome back khaligraph jones and thanks for starting this debate! Meanwhile am here still taking the heat…it’s been too hot for me but you know me I stand for my word and I’ll take the heat until we all agree and finally play Kenya Music 100 %.” Said Jalango.
In a bid to settle the ongoing debate, the Milele FM presenter discloses of a planned meeting to be held at KICC. The meeting will see DJs, artists, presenters and the music research teams from different media house come together.
Jalango then tries to explain to people more about the radio industry and that every radio station has what they stand for.
“Each and every radio station has its identity and what they stand for and what they want to be known for! Kiss 100 is the Kenya No. 1 hit station so they will be mostly be playing hits only and songs that are already out there and rarely will you hear them try to play new songs that are not hits! NRG RADIO is the beat of the moment!
So what’s hot at the moment is what counts. Milele is the home of African hits so if it’s hot in Africa it will be played Xfm is the home of Rock so they will not change from Rock to play Kenyan Music that is not Rock 1fm is purely Kenyan that’s why all day all time play Kenyan songs Classic fm is home of classic hits so on and so forth!” said Jalango.
The comedian then closes off by requesting top artists in Kenya the likes of Sauti Sol and Nyashinski to take up the task of lifting upcoming artists.
“Also Top Artists must now help and lift UPCOMING artists..Sautisol…Nyash…it’s a challenge, I don’t know what you are doing uko chini ya maji in support of local artists! Can you imagine if you took just one or two artists and held them to the last minute?” concludes Jalango