This is What Kenti of The Famous MOG Gospel Group Does After His Music Career Flopped(Photos)
By TheScoop | self meida writer
Published 21 days ago - 2 views
MOG gospel group that was made up of Boss, Kenti and Tony(Photo/Courtesy)
MOG was a famous gospel group that was at one time a force to reckon with in the Kenyan music industry . Made up of Boss, Kenti and Tony, the group dropped hit after hit and ruled the airwaves with catchy gospel songs like Papa God, Let Him Go, Tosheka, Heartbreaker just to name a few.
After years of successful music career as a group, they parted ways and left fans begging them to come back together and release more music. However, one of the group members who is identified as Boss revealed in a past interview with Mambo Mseto that the group had broken up for good.
Boss disclosed that alot of things contributed to the group's breakup. Tony was the first to exit , leaving Boss and Kenti to run the group.
Kenti and Boss also went solo after some time. Kenti, the mellow voiced guy who was singing hooks when the group was active, has ventured into video production after his music career flopped. Kenti tried to go solo but his songs failed to get enough airplay.
This is what he does for a living after ditching music.
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