Peetah and Gramps joined Maina Kageni in studio Tuesday to talk more about their Kenyan concert.
They have a big show this weekend whose concept they explained
It’s all about the youths. last year when we arrived in Kenya we had a few shows everywhere we went we saw the same thing among the youth: lack of preparing youth to be leaders, anything that helps the future of mankind, so we thought we need to do something that creates awareness. What we have realised is that youth in the ghetto look up to the artistes, to celebrities.
They also opened up about their father, who has fathered almost 30 children with several baby mamas.
Maina Kageni was curious about this fact, and the duo did not hold back saying
‘my father was dangerous’
Maina Kageni prompted another response equating their father to Akuku Danger to which they responded
‘I like that, yeah like Akuku Danger. may his soul rest in peace but it’s okay
May his soul rest in peace, he was a great man, a great man’ they emphasized.
They are part of singer Denroy “Daddy” Morgan’s 30 children.
Back in 2005 the legendary musician spoke about his children in an interview with Jamaican Observer.
“There are more with talent, but I never force anything on them. They make a choice and I support it, my greatest achievement is seeing my children… making music that inspires people in their daily lives.”
Jemere jetteed into Kenya to take part in the Tomorrow’s Leader Festival alongside such stars as Morgan Heritage, Jose Chameleon, StoneBwoy, Alaine, Yemi Alade, Diamond Platnumz, Wyre Da Love Child, Naiboi, Rophan and many more.