Vivian is one of finest female artist in Kenya who has become successful in the music industry. Her real name is Vivian Wambui born and raised in Pangani estate Nairobi where she attended her primary and secondary education.
She later joined Kenya school of Professional Studies and pursued marketing. She started her music career while in school where she used to do spoken word and later got interested in singing. Vivian then got signed by Main Switch records and released her first hit Chum Chum before doing a collable with Ugandan artist Jose Chameleon Charm which got her on top of music billboards. Since then Vivian has been releasing hit after hit which include, Woman In love, Energy, Najua, Teren Teren, Simpo simple among others.
Let's keep music aside and now talk about Vivian herself. From the look, she is just one of the beautiful ladies in Kenya and her always smiles proofs it all. She always post her photos on her social media platforms where she gets lots of likes and comments from her fans who praises her beauty. See her photos below and don't forget to give her a like and one word of encouragement.
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