• Samidoh sings about social vices about the Nairobi among them, crime, immorality and false religions.
• He explains scenarios where people can be conned if one is not careful when buying properties.
Mugiithi maestro Samidoh's new song 'Nairobi City' (Kanairo) has left his fans amazed by how he was able to summarize the big city in five minutes.
In his song, Samidoh said Nairobi is called a city for being full to capacity.
He explains that all kind of people are found in the city and everyone lives by their own knowledge.
Samidoh also talks about the social vices in the city among them, crime, immorality and false religions.
He explains scenarios where people can be conned if one is not careful when buying properties.
"Men in the city take you by surprise, they sell plots and cars while still in possession of their owners. When taken to court and judge orders deposit of a title deed, the accused produce the original similar to the legitimate owner," he sings.
Samidoh also narrated incidence where one can be mugged only for them to later find their videos trending yet they did not receive any help from the onlookers.
"Sometimes you can be mugged as people watch you but when you attempt to scream, you can't get a rescuer and some decide to record you and post on TikTok. There are all kind of people. These humans are so called as they can do many things and there are many eventualities."
He also sings about the beautiful women in the city who make men of God backslide.
In slums, Samidoh says that thugs are popular even in the police stations, so reporting them there makes no difference.
"Over here people get hooked to those who like to them. If you want riches, hoodwink them that you are a prophet and they will all follow you."
Check out comments from his fans;
Ngogoyo Ya Nyimbo Cia Tene: The real definition of Nairobi... Sometimes I just laugh at myself when I remember what Nairobians have done to me. Enlighten our people who have never visited Nairobi so far.
Felix Omondi: A real-life story artistically narrated by one of Kenya's finest. Great composition.
Quinn Connie: Finally Samidoh has accepted he is international, congratulations for the English subtitle.
Benitos: Great song, its kanairo,where every young teenager in upcountry dream of being in future."