Khaligraph Jones has revealed that he doesn't need Kenya Film Classification Board chairperson Ezekiel Mutua's approval of his songs and neither does he depend on mainstream media to market his work.
"I don't care what Ezekiel Mutua says about my music , I just do my thing and if my fans like It do be it," Khaligraph Jones said .
While speaking at Citizen TV on Wednesday evening at the JKL show Khaligraph Jones alias papa Jones urged the board to be lenient on upcoming artists so as to encourage them grow in their talent .
He defended the "Wajinga Nyinyi "hit rapper King Kaka which steered criticism from political divide but support from Mutua .He said that his song sparked a conversation something he says that musicians are putting is a reality that happens daily.
" I don't know who Ezekiel Mutua is , I only hear him from social media but I believe he should be fair to upcoming artists," he added.
"When you are in this line of work you need to develop a thick skin," he encouraged the upcoming youngster's in music to be hardworking and not to mind the naysayers and just like himself they can make it .