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Sunday, November 25, 2012

Chocolate City Signs US Born Kenyan Artiste

US born Kenyan artiste Victoria Kimani has been signed on to Chocolate City. She got Audu Maikori's attention when she uploaded her version of Ice Prince's Oleku online in August 2011. The label already has artistes like M.I, Jesse Jagz, Ice Prince, BrymO, DJ Caise, Pryse and Nosa. Big congrats to her. Another picture of Victoria and Chocolate City members when you click read more.


16 comments:

  1. hopefully them no go try yansh the babe! I no trus Ice Prince

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  2. happy yoruba bunny25 November, 2012 22:56

    hour glass figure re o

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  3. So chocalate shitty left d shores of 9ja bursting wif talent, female artistes struggling 2 get shine, wif d largest population in Africa, umployment problems and went 2 Kenya instead??
    Idiots!
    No oda African country wud do dis!
    Chocolate shitty u r a fucking mess!
    Billie jean

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    1. I'll flog you o
      WTH is wif? I refuse to believe that is with
      For the umpteenth my Jean is capital
      What nonsense!

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    2. You even wrote "chocalate"
      I'm just tired of you
      You need Jesus and cane

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    3. Hehehe, you two Billy Jeans will not leave us alone...

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    4. Both of em' are fake.

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  4. Figure toh bad

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  5. They can choose from any African country. We are all one.

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  6. Ruby nko? I thought she was their first lady?

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  7. Congrats. Girlfriend am happy for u. U surely repping 254

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  8. Lwkmd! The two Billie jeans tho. Can't stop laughing @ chocalate and needing Jesus and cane. Smh. The girl is a hottie btw.
    Valerie.

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  9. Sorry she can't make it in Nigeria, just the fact. Ice prince should have don't his marketing research, he didn't think of something new, its just not gonna fly in our industry Kenya is too far, Talented women artists are in Nigeria struggling you want us to pay to see a kenyan American. No Way

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  10. US Born Kenyan Artiste???? Okay like this will make the music sell in North America or anywhere at that. Trash!

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  11. Congrats vicky...remember wen u came to nigeria sum yrs ago wiv ur parents on a missionary jounry

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  12. Lmao na real missionary journey hahahaha

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