How the KLA Cap is becoming bigger than music – I don’t know what Hip-Hop Coordinator/Rapper, Sylvester Kabombo thinks about boxing.
I really have no idea if the Ezange Ziva Muntuuyo creative designer who turned the Kampala Capital City’s aesthetic KLA into a blissful cap can even spend his downtime watching boxing on ESPN.
But a former boxer is spending his time on now the famous interlocking KLA logo.
What I do know is that Sylvester loves caps or hat – whatever you call it, but if you are a frequent trainee at Break Dance project Uganda (BPU) located at Sharing Youth Centre, you know what I mean.
With his incredible frequency and schedule, the Ugandan rapper will at-least throw a cap atop his signature look, simply because you can’t separate Hip-hop, dance and a cap.
Just recently, he is taking a bow after the KLA cap is making major moves in the Empire state of mind – New York City, thanks to Floyd Mayweather Sr.
And that’s Mayweather Sr in the same interlocking KLA cap posing for a photo shared on Facebook. Pretty soon, the former American professional boxer’s fans will be able to ape his cap look – I said soon.
From Uganda to The Bronx, New York City, Sylvester Kabombo is making the KLA cap logo more famous than the KCCA can.
As other celebrities have also been supportive in line with the former American professional boxer’s suit like (StarBoy Wizkid, Cindy, The Mayanja family and Sheebah among others), the KLA cap is currently becoming a fashion accessory on its own right.
It’s the rare interlocking KLA cap that the celebrated African musicians, TV personalities, DJs and BBoy/Hip-hop kids can agree on as their style must-have. Its available on sale now at KEEK.
The famous interlocking KLA logo has become more popular among celebrities across Uganda and worldwide who have been spotted wearing the city’s logo.
Today, you’re just as likely to spot the KLA cap along Kampala streets, making rounds on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter or in various hangout places like clubs.
If you prefer getting your head into something extra minimalist, then the KLA cap deserves your coronation, with the likes of Floyd Mayweather Sr, Wizkid, Cindy Sanyu, Sheebah Karungi, Weasel and Jose Chameleone nodding to the pearl of Africa’s most prestigious city. What about you?
Sylvester Kabombo is making the KLA caps more famous than the KCCA can.
Shoppers in the market for a stylish cap or a hat can buy one with the interlocking KLA logo on the front from one of the Official outlets owned by KEEK on Mabiriizi Complex, First Floor, Shop L1-3.
Call +256705 737 557 Or buy online at KeekUganda. The KLA Caps are selling at an affordable price ranging from UGX 60,000 OR $16