Kenyan dancehall musician, Steven Onyango, a.k.a Proff, has dropped his latest collection 'Tofauti', after a long period of silence. The 15-truck album is his second, after 'Siku nyingi' and as the name suggests in Swahili, it's different with Proff introducing a new sound and vibe. He says that the project is a culmination of his mixed experience in the music industry, surpassing a decade now.
"Tofauti is another piece of my diary. It's the highlight of many years of learning, relearning and maturing into the industry. I am sharing my raw emotions and experiences that shaped my journey here," Proff says.
Proff hit the limelight back in 2010, following the release of his song 'Data'. The song was released after Proff parted ways with dancehall star Redsan, whom he worked for as a backup singer, to make his own path.
Before joining Redsan's team, Proff had started his career in the entertainment field as a dancer. He would later join boys band called 'Funny boyz' with two of his former schoolmates, but ditched the band after a short stay to team up with Redsan.
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