Nviiri's pombe sigara and Niko sawa music video have been removed from YouTube this came as a blow as these were his most streamed songs. This comes as such as they were a hit to the public; the act has elicited mixed reactions from his fans. Nviiri Sande his original name has been known to keep his life private and away from the scrutiny of the public, he is a trained engineer which comes as a shock because he chose to focus on his love for music, this would have gone south because most African homes don't take music as a long-term career. He is a songwriter, performer, video editor and has excellent skills on his guitar Afropop and afro soul musician who is signed to Sauti Sol records label 'Sol generation records'. there were speculations that he dated social media influencer Elodie zone, he also co-wrote melanin. 'Who is removing these songs we get to them once and for all before they get to our artists' says krg the don. Kenyan oxygen asks if they are doing this themselves
While a fun reassures him that the songs will be returned as there was a server problem. Several other artists have faced the same dilemma, the likes of Nadia Mukami and Otile Brown the reason behind their removal has not been proven yet. There actual number of artists whose songs have been brought down is a lot with no one giving an obvious explanation for anything. This also leaves a fun asking if it's only in Kenya that all this is happening. Mrs. celebrity says 'I hole this is not clout... Because Kama ni clout we will never support Kenyan music again😕'
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