Local kisii gospel music sensation Chris Embarambamba is back.Christopher Musiama popularly known by the name Embarambamba by his fans first came into the limelight a few weeks ago through his dancing,camera poses and antics .His appearances on local radio stations and TVs has gained him fame from all over the country.
Some claim he is high in drugs ,witchcraft or mad and should be taken to rehab but the vibrant musician laughs it off saying he is okay ,he just has a different way of dancing and performing compared to other musicians.
The musician who started his music career in 2004 as a secular artiste left the band he was in and went solo in 2010 before switching to gospel in 2018 after allegedly having a dream telling him to do so.
He has dropped his new music video where his play in the mud has really got the attention of everyone. The music video begins with him rolling in the mud and crazily running around in the grass like a mad man.well as they say get rich or die trying,Embarambamba definitely has done it in the weirdest way possible
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