If you have listened to Vaileti, Anita, Kiherehere among others then you must know the bongo flava star by the name Matonya. He has entertained many people through his hit songs since he started he started his music career back in 2006. Matonya is a bongo flava artist from Tanzania who relocated to Kenya and has been recording his songs in the country.
Through his music Matonya has successfully worked with big artists from Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda including, Lady Jaydee, Mr Blue, Mwananchi FA, Joslin, Naiboi among others. Matonya has 2 known albums namely, Uaminifu (Faithfulness) and Siamini (I can't believe) which are still doing well in the music industry. Some his songs include Vaileti, Siamini, Spare Tyre, Anita, Mpango Wa kando and Binge la nyau.
Who is Matonya in real life? Some of us may just know Matonya as a bongo flava artists and his hits song but don't know him by his real names and where specific he comes from. Matonya's real names are Sheif Shaban born in Tanga Tanzania, he is a Islamic by religion and the second child in the family of four. He relocated to Kenya in 2017 and returned back to his home country in Dar es Salaam where he is living currently.
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