• Femi One won the award for Best female rapper at the 2022 AFRIMMA Awards in Dallas, Texas.
• Kaka Empire CEO King Kaka congratulated Femi On saying her success story is a miracle.
King Kaka has congratulated his signee Wanjiku Kimani aka Femi One for winning the Best Female Rapper at the 2022 AFRIMMA Awards in Dallas, Texas.
The Gala for the awards went down over the weekend with three other East Africans also walking away with awards.
Taking to his social media platforms, the Kaka Empire CEO congratulated Femi saying her success story is a miracle.
He went on to thank all people who voted for Femi promising to push her brand even higher.
"I’ve seen you grow, I’ve seen you build, Now the world is ready for you. Ladies & Gentlemen I present to you The Best Female Rapper in Africa @femi_one your story is a miracle, God Loves you. The Kaka Empire Team Big Up and everyone who made this possible," he wrote.
After the win, Femi shared an encouraging message to other female rappers.
"WE WON!!! Best Female Rapper In Africa. The first East African Female rapper to take it home, it’s such a big pat on the back for my team and I for all the work we’ve put in throughout the years. Truly consistency, teamwork, patience pays !! This should be an encouragement for all the up-and-coming Female rappers! There is a spot for you in this industry, keep building, keep doing it, they are watching. Thank you all so much for the continued support."
Earlier on in an interview with SPM buzz, Femi said her brand is pure handwork and no clout chasing.
"We do not depend on clout, we work so hard and that is why we keep getting gigs and being relevant."
WCB Wasafi President Diamond Platnumz was crowned Best Live Act.
His signee Zuchu won the award for Best Female artiste in East Africa while Next Level Music CEO Rayvanny took home the award for the Best male artiste in East Africa.
Speaking after receiving the award, Vanny Boy dedicated the award to fellow East African musicians.
Receiving the award, in Dallas, Texas the former WCB signee dedicated the prestigious award to fellow East African artistes.
"I want to thank god, and my fans across the world, it was like a dream come through for me. I have so many awards but I was looking for this and finally, I got it.
“Finally I get this, thanks to AFRIMMA and the whole team. I just wanna dedicate this award to my East African fellow musicians. This is for us, we are one, and thanks AFRIMMA for the Award. I love you all,” Rayvanny said.