Talented Kenyan singer, Dufla Diligon has come a long way from his days as a cow herder to becoming a household name in the music industry.
The “Bingirisha” crooner has a new song out after countless controversies and it’s guaranteed to become a hit.
Very few will dispute Dufla Diligon‘s claim to be one of dancehall’s best based on the recent hits he has churned out and with “Katapila”, he leaves the best singers in his trail and jams away.
Last year, there were rumors that Dufla Diligon was broke and that his landlord had thrown him out, but he had quickly come out to lay the argument to rest, declaring that he was living large.
Still last year, he was accused of copyright infringement by Tanzania’s DJ Davizo.
Dufla Diligon whose real name is David Long’oji Ekiru is behind dancehall bangers like: “Grandpa Government”, “Juu Ya Meza”, “Bingirisha”, “Tempo”, etc.
In “Katapila”, Dufla Diligon did not relent. The consistency of the beat and its ability to get the feet moving was sustained from the beginning to the end.