Dangering Kings

Daggering is the new dancing style across the world.

It gained popularity a few years back after a series of music videos, and artists promoted the style.

If I recall very well, daggering became a trend in Kenya after the famous RDX singers came to the country back in 2011 and performed one of their hit song “Bendover” that left them banned from performing here.

Since then, Kenyans picked up the infamous dance style and has since become the trend in Kenya.

From clubs to public events, you will never miss seeing teens grinding (how Kenyans refer to daggering style) on each other.

Just like Jamaicans, we have seen quite a number of local musicians promote the daggering style in their videos and shows.

Tanzanian singers Diamond Platnumz and Ommy Dimpoz have been filmed promoting this dance style as well.

Diamond Platnumz
Diamond Platnumz dancing with a dfemale fan during #AboyfromTandale album launch in Nairobi

Despite the government having banned some songs and videos with blatantly sexual content on TV and radio, Kenyans led by musicians who are supposed to be role models to the young generation still promote the ratchet dance.

Below are the top Kenyan artistes who are addicted to daggering aka the ratchet dance.