Despite being that much influential in the media industry, Raburu has had his role in the music industry where he officially made a debut last year releasing a hit dubbed Kalale.
Unknown to many just after dropping his first hit, Raburu took a role to launch a business that is set to support young artists in the country.
In his latest messages Raburu has revealed that his Bazu Entertainment business which he is the CEO will boost upcoming artists in the country.
Notably Bazu Entertainment is quickly gaining fame in the as witnessed by the followings on social media and also the partnerships it is receiving.
On a that note his widely known music business received a cash sponsorship of Ksh.5Million from 22 bet Kenya.
Just after partnering with the betting company, Raburu revealed that he is set to elevate the music industry to another by promoting young talents with his Bazu Entertainment business.
Meanwhile what's your thought on the matter? Do you think Willis Raburu's Business is worth it? Share your opinion in the comment section below.
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