Hart the Band is definitely one of the most prominent and fastest-rising musical bands in Kenya who have a unique way of delivering their message and not forgetting their stylish fashion. The group is composed of 3 multi-talented artists namely Mordecai Mwinyi (lead singer), Wachira Gatama alias Abednego (the poet) and Kenneth Muya, the guitarist.[Photo courtesy]
The band released an album dubbed 'Simple Man' which is gaining popularity by the minute as the six songs in the album are all hits. The trio shocked many when they revealed in an interview that they made approximately Ksh 1.2 Million in under 9 minutes after performing in Amsterdam, Netherland to a huge crowd which was left yearning for more. They performed their hit songs 'Uliza Kiatu' and 'Nkikutazama' at Ziggo Dome, an indoor arena which is famously known for hosting top artists in the world including Chris Brown and Rihanna. This was a clear indication that art pays and all you need in hard work, consistency and your best foot forward.[Photos courtesy]
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