• The track "Angie Baddie or Angella" has been a big hit with over 1.7 million views and 30K likes in less than a month and now it seems it's about to get bigger and better.
• Boutross revealed that his silver grills cost him 160K and having them was something he's always dreamed of.
You better start dusting off your dancing shoes as Kenyan artist Boutross Munene is set to drop the remix to his mega-hit "Angela" with Jamaican dance hall artist Konshens.
The track "Angie Baddie or Angella" has been a big hit with over 1.7 million views and 30K likes in less than a month and now it seems it's about to get bigger and better.
In a video posted on Mpasho's Instagram page Boutross and his manager were seen in a studio listening to a sample of the song's remix and Konshens' part could clearly be heard as he dropped fire lines!
Boutross asked his fans to be patient as the full song would be out soon.
"Angela" has been a big hit with several TikTok dances having been created for it, it has also been a hit in nightclubs and parties as well.
The young rapper seems to have started the year on such a high and amazing note seeing as how good his music has been doing.
The immense success comes 3 months after the self-proclaimed shrap god made his return to the music industry after a one-year hiatus.
Music aside in a previous interview with Kiss FM's presenter Oga Obinna Boutross revealed that his silver grills cost him 160K and having them was something he's always dreamed of.
He explained that they made him feel good and he loved how flashy they are thus it is an investment he doesn't regret.
Boutross went on to reveal that he first discovered his love for music when he was only 12 years old. That is when he began rhyming and doing freestyles.
As a child, he participated in talent competitions all across Nairobi, particularly in Highrise Estate, where he spent the majority of his time.
He began professionally began pursuing music in 2013. After years of hustling and intense hard work, Boutross finally got his big break in 2015 when he was exposed to a wider hip-hop audience.