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'African Version of Lil Wayne's A Milli'

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WorldStarHipHop, arguably the most visited rap video website in the US, recently featured The Very Best's new music video for "Yoshua Alikuti" (above), where it's gotten over 60k views [edit: now 100k]. WSHH caught Johan and Esau's riff on the Weezy staple tune, titling their post "African Version of Lil Wayne's A Milli!"

What's of interest here though was the reaction to the music and the Nairobi-shot music video in the comment section. For a (at times) telling insight on the way a young, American mainstream hip-hop fan thinks of Africa read a few uncensored comments from the WSHH readers about the video. Warning explicit language.

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