South African Rappe Nasty C has called for Camp Mula to have a reunion and get back to the music scene.
The Def Jam signed rapper through an Instagram live with Kenyan Dallas based Dj Poizon Ivy stated that he believes the group can still hit internationally with their music.
“I’d still like to see Camp Mulla do something. Every time I’m there I’m always chilling with Shappa. I think they still have it in them and would love to see them do something. Even if it’s just a song, something deserves to happen.”
Camp Mulla was a hip hop group originating from Nairobi, Kenya which rose to prominence with the release of their single “Party Don’t Stop” on 31 August 2010, with that and their subsequent works earning them a nomination for Best International Act at the 2012 BET Awards.
The group consisted of Mykie, Shappaman, and Taio who were the main a brains behind the mid-2009 Camp Mulla incorporation before later Karun and Kus Ma joined the team to make it a 5 member team.
The group parted ways in 2013 citing indifferences in interest among its members. Some of Camp Mula hits from their album included Party don’t stop Hold it down Fresh all day Take it to the floor Move on Addicted Feel no pain.
Sauti sol remains the longest surviving group of artistes in Kenya. Other group artists that broke up includes P-Unit, gospel groups Kelele Takatifu and MOG just to name a few