Kenyans are known all over the world as talented and hardworking people. In the world stage, Kenyans are mostly recognized as the nation that produces athletes who break world records. When we come to singing, little is known about them, but a Kenyans has changed this narrative.Today there was video clip that has since gone viral, where a Kenyan known as Wamucembe Junior from Nakuru, left Kenyans and the world amazed when he made to the American Got Talent. The man who is a sound engineer stunned the world when he decided to vibe in Gikuyu. His voice was so amazing and the judges could not hold but give him the three YES.
Below is the link of the video and the comments from a section of Kenyans:
Frank Hilla, ''Kenyans never disappoints.. Every day is a bright new day.''
Elizabeth Caster, ''Yeap huyu ni wa kwetu.''
Milcah Mili, ''Waoh … Kenyan got talent kikuyuuuuuu.''
Kenny Kenny, ''His name is Wamucembe Junior, but the judges congratulations 'Simon' at the end.''
Shaddy Mghipuka, ''I love it when the wide shot shows him with white attires and most of all how his legs floats on stage like jesus.''
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