'I Have been disrespected as A Female Artist but God is Fighting Big for Me' Nadia Mukami reveals
By Rossielle | self meida writer
Published 17 days ago - 7 views
Life for Female Artists seems not to be a ride in the park. It seems to be a journey full of hurdles and bumpy rides.
Nadia Mukami has revealed that she has not also been Spared. Nadia Mukami is one of the Youngest Female upcoming artists in Kenya who is really doing well in the Music Industry. Nadia recently turned 24 years and she is a graduate from Maseno University with a Finance degree
However Nadia has great vocals and she is also a song writer. This is why she decided to focus on music as her passion and Career.
Nadia has revealed that it is not easy for women to make it in the Music Industry since women are highly disregarded and disrespected. Nadia has said that Praying has been her greatest Weapon.
Nadia is in Homabay where she expressed her amusement and love to her fans for showing love to her by singing her songs like the National Anthem. Nadia really Thanked her Fans and she is grateful to God. See the screenshot of the Post she has posted on Instagram.
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