Camp Mullah
Camp Mullah
Image: Courtesy

Khaligraph Jones is one of the most sought-after celebrities in Kenya and everyone wants to be featured or to feature him.

But from Nviiri's words, he is a hard man to find.

"It is not the toughest but logistic-wise it is hard to get Khaligraph and the best part is when he likes the music, he will come to you. If you have some dop stuff, he will come through." He told Kamene and Jalas

Papa Jones has successfully released amazing songs but growing up, he looked up to Camp Mulla.

Camp Mullah
Camp Mullah
Image: Courtesy

"Camp Mulla Walitesa, at some point we all wanted to be like them, Big Shoutout to Them #respecttheogs." He took to social media

No doubt when the group was together it was lit. They changed the music game from the normal genge vibes and introduced a boogie type of music to the Kenyan market.

Responding to Khaligraph's post of him rapping to one of the famous jams by Camp Mulla were other huge artistes now.

BenPol: True πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯ they were ahead of the game πŸ™ŒπŸΎπŸ™ŒπŸΎ

Savara: One of my fave verses

Krisseroh: Kweli. They had the wave.

Camp Mulla broke up on stage after their last performance and that broke the hearts of alot of Kenyans, They were young then and very talented.
 

Today, Karun is a mother and she is still going strong as a solo artiste. As for Taio, he is thriving in the radio world, while Shappaman is also still in the music game and Maccus and Mykie, have largely remained in their private lives.

But we miss Camp Mulla.