Exray is a kenyan Gengetone artist and a member of the Boondocks gang . The sipangwingwi Hit Maker today was hosted at Radio Citizen on the Mambo Mseto show by Mzazi Willy M Tuva following his hit song .
He revealed that the idea of the song came to him a certain day he was cleaning a car on a garage during the COVID period since he was broke and no shows to perform . A man walked past him and asked him why he was doing such a job yet he is a public figure . Exray thought of words to tell him where he found himself telling him to mind his own business and focus on his life . " Maisha ni Yangu usinipangie Mimi najijua "
After that day Xray explained that he went and wrote down the song and recorded it with Trio Mio and Ssaru .
Xray told Mzazi Willy that he never thought the song would be a hit as he thanked his fans for the unending support on social media through the song . He revealed that from the song he has managed to secure many endorsements and shows that have been paying him well and through the song he has managed to buy his first car .
" Nimekaa music industry miaka nne bila Gari . Leo hii nimenunua gari ya kwanza . Sipangwingwi Imefanya Nibuy Gari na nafikiria kujenga . "
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