Top Kenyan music group P-Unit is gearing up for a comeback like no other. The group have been teasing their new upcoming video on social media and it's clear the award winning group is ready to take their rightful place in the industry.
P Unit aka Wagenge hao are set to release this new hit track called Chocha soon.
The group that consists of Frasha, Gabu and Bon-eye said that their silence was because of their other individual engagements.
The group said that they also took a break to study the direction the music industry is taking so that when they make their grand comeback, they shall have good things for their fans.
P-Unit denied ever splitting stating that their unity has even grown further and their silence was for their 2018 plans.
The trio revealed that they now plan to release their mini-Album this year.
After P-Unit took a break from music, Frasha ventured into politics but later on dropped out of the race for Athi River Member of County Assembly. Gabu continued singing as he headlined a series of collabos with various local and international artistes, while Gabu remained as a partner at the Decimal studio where he continued working as a producer.
P-Unit is known for hits like Kare, Mobimba and You Guy that featured socialite Vera Sidika among other songs.
It’s titled simply, ye.
The album spans seven tracks and includes guests appearances from Nicki Minaj, Kid Cudi, Ty Dolla Sign, Jeremih, Charlie Wilson, and 070 Shake.
Kanye premiered the album during a listening event in Jackson Hole, Wyoming on Thursday night. Subscribers of Apple Music and Spotify can now stream it in full below.
The album’s artwork features a photograph of Wyoming mountains along with the text, “I hate being Bi-Polar. it’s awesome.” According to Kim-Kardashian West, Kanye took the photograph on his iPhone on the way to the listening party.
ye follows 2016’s The Life of Pablo. It’s also the second in a series of five Kanye-produced albums that began last week with Pusha-T’s DAYTONA and continues next week Kanye and Kid Cudi’s collaborative album, Kids See Ghosts. New solo albums from Nas and Teyana Taylor follow on June 15th and 22nd, respectively.