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Ogopa Deejays are a Kenyan music production team and record label formed in the late-1990s which gained regional fame and popularity due to standards of their production work.

Background Edit

They started out producing hit songs for artists such as Bebe Cool, Chameleone and Redsan. They are widely-acclaimed to have helped boost the Kenyan urban music scene from obscurity. They are also credited with creating the Boomba (sometimes referred to as Kapuka) style of Kenyan music which is modern hip hop and dancehall influenced by African drums and rhythms. They later formed Ogopa Productions which apart from music production also organizes events.

They have released three compilation albums and several albums by their artists. Their first album was released in 2001 and was a widely popular in East Africa. It also introduced fans to the talent of the late E-Sir and K-Rupt. They are famous for their logo of a red face screaming.

People behind Ogopa DJ's are brothers Francis and Lucas Bikedo, and manager Banda. They rarely show their faces in public and do not agree to have their photos taken or published by Kenyan media.

Their studios are located in South B estate of Nairobi. They have also started a sister label operating in Namibia and South Africa, known as Ogopa Butterfly [1]. They have produced for Namibian, Windhoek based girl duo, Gal Level, and Kenyan-Namibian musician Faizel MC.

List of Ogopa DJ's artistsEdit

List of artists who have been signed to Ogopa DJ's at least some part of their career (artists who have occasionally recorded with Ogopa are excluded)

See alsoEdit

References Edit

  1. The Standard, Pulse Magazine, November 23, 2007: Ogopa Djs: The face of fear

External links Edit

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