Kenyan artist Bahati had one of the greatest album launches on Sunday, with a number of top comedians and artists turning up in praise of the gospel artist.
The controversial radio presenter, revealed some hidden facts about the artist, back then when he was an unknown artist in the Kenyan music industry.
While radio presenters such as Jalang'o get the most recognition for identifying Kenyan talents, Shaffie Weru, prided himself in helping grow Bahati.
Shaffie revealed that Bahati and himself have maintained a strong relationship over the years with the artist visiting him on numerous after he had become famous.
However, before fame, Shaffie revealed how Bahati would knock on his gate at midnight having travelled from Mathare slums, in order to seek an audience with the former radio presenter.
Weru, went on to acknowledge Bahati's legendary status in the Kenyan music industry revealed by how he had launched his album.
According to the radio presenter, Bahati's hardworking nature is what enabled him to travel all the way from Mathare to his estate at night. He also acknowledged Bahati's hard work for enabling the artist success.
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