Kaka Sungura, better known by his stage names King Kaka and Rabbit, is a Kenyan rapper. Sungura met Jorma Taccone, a member of The Lonely Island in February 2011 when Taccone visited Nairobi, Kenya as part of his trip for AFAR Magazine's "Spin the Globe". Sungura collaborated with Taccone to create a rap video that has over 1.2 million views. Taccone later wrote an article for AFAR Magazine documenting the experience with Sungura. In 2012, Sungura launched his own clothing line dubbed Niko Kwa Jam Nakam.With his 17-track album Tales of Kaka Sungura already out, Rabbit says he is now solely focused on promoting the album as well as shooting a few videos. "I cannot do another album until late next year. I give my all when I compile an album, that's why I won't rush into another album project." In November 2012, Rabbit released a music video for his song "Adisia".
|Birth name:||Kennedy Ombima|
|Also known as:||Rabbit|
|Born:||May 7, 1987|
|Genres:||Kenyan hip hop|
|Occupation(s):||Rapper, songwriter, businessman|
|Associated acts:||Rich Mavoko, Tracy Morgan, Cassidy, the lonely island|
|Twitter:||Kaka Sungura's Twitter profile|
About Kaka Sungura
Kenyan rapper also known as Rabbit and King Kaka who became exposed to an international audience in 2011 when he was featured on The Lonely Island's "Nairobi." He has found popularity as a solo artist with tracks like "Twende" and "Promised Land."
He attended St. Johns Primary School and later on graduated to Eastleigh High School. He signed his first record contract one year after graduating.
In 2012, he launched his own clothing line called Niko Kwa Jam Nakam.
He was previously married to rapper Chemutai Sage. He has children named Gweth and Ayanna.
He met The Lonely Island's Jorma Taccone during Taccone's trip to Nairobi for AFAR Magazine.
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