Music has been spotted to be on the higher points, when ranked for entertainment in Kenya and world wide.
Since the arrival of the pandemic, Artists have tried enough to get something using the online marketing strategy like YouTube, Boomplay and much more to place a meal on the table.
Young Artists have been enrolling in the industry to try their way to the music fame which has been seen hard to others but some makes it to music industry.
A young boy from Kakamega, has brought attention and gone viral on what he did to persuade in the music. Music has been his talent since he was born. The boy who goes by name Kevin Classic KE .He has amazed his family and friends by saving 200k from BODABODA riding job, which he used to pay for the video production of his first released single, which goes by the name "FAR AWAY". He also managed to released other projects through hard means which has become a major story for the music industry.
"To be successful in life you must sacrifice "the boy said. Some Artists fail to reach out to become fame, simply because they are waiting for help.
He now rides his own motorbike, and manages to pay his rent, put food on his table and pay Music production both videos and Audios. To God be the glory.
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