In Kenya, there are musicians whose songs are always evergreen though some of them were singing a long time ago they are still being listened to up to date. Here is the list of these artists.
1. John De Matthew
John Mwangi Nganga who was popularly known as John De Matthew is one of the greatest musicians in Kenya who will always be remembered for the good songs he sang. Though his songs were sung in the early 90s they are still evergreen due to high creativity in their composition.
Joseph was one of the oldest musicians in the Kikuyu land, he started his music career in the early 1960s. The reason why his songs are evergreen is that they contained prophecy in them and this prophecy is happening today.
3. John Ndichu
He was an artist from the central part of Kenya, he was a prophet because he was born with two numerical cords which were surrounding his neck. His evergreen songs also portray a level of creativity and a high level of skilled instruments.
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