Every successful Kenyan artiste has a got a breakthrough hit song. Kevin Mbuvi Kioko, commonly known by his stage name Bahati has finally hit the headlines after posting a video of his throwback hit song "Barua" to his Instagram page. The artiste posted this song intending to wish all his fans and followers a happy Easter. He had captioned the video, "Happy Easter to all my followers." Netizens have reacted differently to this video. Most of them claim that they miss the real Bahati that was portrayed in the song "Barua." Others have congratulated the flamboyant singer for coming up with the hit song dubbed "Barua". They have added that the song never grows old. Bahati was born in Makueni county. After the death of his parents, the artiste resorted to moving to Nairobi for survival. In the streets, life was never easy and this made Bahati become a street boy and he later landed in an orphanage. The inception of Bahati's music career can be linked to him joining J. Blessing and L.B films. They did their first collaboration producing a song dubbed "Siku ya kwanza." This song acted as a breakthrough for Bahati. From this point, Bahati has been regarded as the hitmaker of songs such as "Barua" and "Mama. Bahati is currently the Chief Executive Officer of Eastlands Most Beloved records. He is married to Diana Marua and they have sired four children. Netizens look up to Bahati as an exemplar and a superstar. He is regarded as the epitome of true love, hard work, and resilience. Referring to this article, what do you suggest about Bahati's journey and music career? Tell me your views in the comments section below.
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