Alvindo drops ‘TakaTaka’ music video despite  KFCB ban

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Upcoming artiste Alvindo has defied Kenya Film classification board’s ban on his famed song ‘Takataka’.

Alvindo dropped the video to his controversial song on Monday and it has already garnered fifty thousand views on Youtube.

Kenya film classification board banned Taka Taka saying that it’s a song that degrades women and shouldn’t be played by all the DJs and local media.

After the ban, Fast cash entertainment C.E.O Krg the don said the video was ready and that they would drop it despite the ban.

Alvindo’s manager Eric also said the the video was ready for release.

“The video is ready and we could be releasing it next week. We spent a lot of money on it. We invested over KSh 1 million for the video so it does not make sense cancelling it. Mutua banned the audio all because he misunderstood it,” Eric said.

The video has featured the likes of DJ Shiti, Shanikwa, Butita and KRG the Don.

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