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Octopizzo is not about to be bullied by newbies in the industry. His new video tagged Young Puffy is perhaps one of his most genuine messages to the now threatening East African rappers. The Kenyan hip-hop scene has been really the battleground it was meant to be, with more and more newer faces making abrupt appearances every now and then.

Young Puffy by Octopizzo portrays a somewhat gangster theme which goes well with his accurate invectives in the lyrics, all aimed at his haters. The video begins with some guy yelling and breaking stuff in what seems like a ripped-down office. Then there is the puzzling quote: ‘Only a man who has felt ultimate despair is capable of feeling ultimate bliss”. With his longstanding beef with the likes of Khaligraph Jones, you can only guess whom that was directed to.

The video was directed by Genreshoots while Octopizzo chose to remain as the Executive producer to his own song. From afar, you can tell that Young Puffy was not just a song for Octopizzo it was definitely personal.

Young Puffy is the last song in Octopizzo’s 17-track album labeled Next Year. The audio to this track debuted a while ago but the video is now out and it’s dope. Watch below:


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