Popular musician Chris Embarambamba has no doubt taken the Kenya gospel industry by storm with his stock rising steadily in the past few months. The Kisii-born musician has become a household name overnight with Kenyans finding pleasure in his style of music especially the dancing style and dressing code in his videos.
Embarambamba has grown popular with his dancing style that involves vigorous activities like running up and down, climbing ridges and trees, riding animals, and even carrying the elderly.
According to the Kisii County artist, that is his way of celebrating God's love. During an interview with a local TV station, the musician admitted that indeed he used to work in the Bodaboda industry before he stopped.
Asked on why he had opted out of the business, Embarambamba revealed that he quit the business after knocking down a pregnant dog during one of his many trips.
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