The benga music industry is once again mourning a dismiss of popular artist.Mr Albert Gacheru alias wamaitu has rested.The popular wendo wakwa mariru rested in morning hours of Tuesday. The Mariru hit maker has been in ICU for quiet sometime battling pneumonia.
Albert born in early 70's first recorded in 1987 before entering in fame in 90's.He owned a studio by the name wamaitu records which recorded popular artist like Queen Jane and late demathew. He left the recording in 1999 after hid studio was arsorned leaving him in a high loss.Gacheru adds up as a lawyer with a degree from mku class of 2015.Gacheru hit song have been educative on love matters and other life teaching.
Different people have mourned Gacheru as a loving artist who was in front line to defend artist rights with him fighting for copyright production.He will be remembered for giving Kenyans hope after losing all is thing and starting from zero to creating an empire.
From our desk we send our condolences to the family of Albert and benga lovers as whole.Rest in Peace Wamariru
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