Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja and MP Jalang’o were among partygoers who turned to Shoke Shoke Festival headlined by Nigerian Artiste Ayra Starr.
The inaugural Shoke Shoke festival went down at KICC bringing together revealers from different parts of the country.
The two leaders stole the show after being invited on stage to greet the crowd that had turned up for the show.
Sakaja challenged Rapper Khaligraph Jones to a rap battle just minutes after he had completed his fire set at the concert.
The County boss confessed that he has always admired Papa Jones and his prowess in the Hip Hop industry.
“I love this guy, I have admired him for so long and I have always wanted to share a stage with him,” Governor Sakaja said to Khaligraph Jones.
The governor also went on to Salute Shaffie Werru who was the official MC at Shoke Shoke.
“Big up Shaffie, Bless you brother,” he said.
Being a former musician, Sakaja didn’t disappoint as he wowed the crowd with a flawless freestyle – going down the memory to the days he used to hit the studio.
Immediately after Sakaja walked off the stage, the MC invited Lang’ata MP Jalang’o to say Hi to the crowd.
“I miss this job but we can do it one more time,” Jalas said after being given the microphone.
He went on to also deliver a commendable freestyle that left the crowd yearning for more.
The Shoke Shoke Festival witnessed performances from; The Only Rosa, Boutross Munene, Mejja, and Khaligraph Jones.
Gengetone Star Lil Maina graced the stage as a surprise act performing his hit song Kishash and also paid tribute to his late grandfather who propelled him to stardom.
During her stage time, Ayra Star also brought on stage fellow Mavin Records signee Bayanni. He performed his viral song TA TA TA and the crowd was happy.