Kenyan rapper King Kaka, also known as Edwin Ombima, recently met with Chris Barton, the founder of Shazam.
Ombima posted a photo of himself with Barton on his Facebook page, with the caption: “Shazaaaaaaaam!! Hanging out with @shazam founder Chris Barton. Great times, great conversations.”
In the photo, Ombima and Barton are smiling and standing close to each other . Barton is wearing a white t-shirt, and Ombima is wearing a white shirt as well.
It is not clear what the two men discussed during their meeting, but it is likely that they talked about music, technology, and entrepreneurship. Ombima is a successful rapper and businessman, and Barton is a successful entrepreneur and technology innovator.
The meeting between Ombima and Barton is a sign of the growing international recognition of Kenyan music and technology. Ombima is one of the most popular rappers in Kenya, and Shazam is one of the most popular music identification apps in the world.
The meeting is also a sign of the growing collaboration between Kenyan and American artists and entrepreneurs. Ombima is the latest in a line of Kenyan artists who have collaborated with American artists, including Sauti Sol, Khaligraph Jones, and Femi Kuti.
Barton is also not the first American entrepreneur to visit Kenya. In recent years, there has been a growing interest in Kenya from American tech companies, such as Google, Facebook, and Twitter.
The meeting between Ombima and Barton is a sign of the growing importance of Kenya in the global music and technology industries. It is also a sign of the growing collaboration between Kenyan and American artists and entrepreneurs.
The meeting between Ombima and Barton is a positive sign for the future of Kenyan music and technology. It is a sign that Kenyan artists and entrepreneurs are being recognized on the international stage, and it is a sign that there is growing collaboration between Kenya and the United States.