The whole of this year Bahati has been much concentrating on his music career.Therefore He has been able to release more songs.
During the Valentine Eve,the Mtaachana song also paved him way for other songs.Doing most of collabos and travels to venture more effort on his career,Bahati can be truly defined as among the Artists trying to keep their stars shining.
The long awaited day finally came.Preparations has been underway for the past few months to prepare for the Album launch.
Today the event happened at Trade Mark Hotel.The venue was decorated with the black,gold and faded red theme of the decors.
The entire walls had the arts of Bahati and His Video vixen Dianah Chacha.
Most famous Artists in various fields were invited.Among the many were;Mc Jessy,Eric Omondi,Milly Chebby,Terence Creative,Selly Amutabi and Nadia Mukami.
The above celebrities dressed to kill hence glowing up the event.
Below are some of the shared photos on how various celebrities dressed;
Milly Chebby and Terence Creative graced the event with a matching couple outfit.Milly was dressed on a glittering silver red dress matching some parts of Her Hubby suit.
Nadia Mukami rocked on a golden off shoulder dress and completed the outfit with a dark green styled hair wig.
Radio Citizen Presenter Selly Amutabi rocked on a long slitted black dinner dress.The look was so completed by official High heels.
Mc Jessy was on a complete official black suit.
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