Singer David Mathenge, also known as Nameless, and his wife Wahu Kagwi have done it again! They have once again proved to us why they are considered the music power couple. Yesterday, Nameless and Wahu released their first collaboration called Te-Amo from an upcoming album that they are working on together. Te-Amo is a flirt love song about an initial attraction between a man and a woman. The official video uploaded on YouTube was well-received by netizens. It has obtained over eighty thousand views in twenty hours. Recently, the couple announced that they were working on a project, and they reached out to fans to help them choose a group name. While advertising their song, Nameless revealed via his Instagram that they settled for three names Nameless na Wahu, the Mathengez, and the Mz. ‘So we settle for all three names. Nameless na Wahu, the Mathengez ama the Mz. Chaguo ni lako. Check out our first single from our upcoming album now on YouTube’ He wrote. What do you think about Te-Amo? Is a hit or miss? Share your thoughts in the comment section below. Remember to follow the East African Buzz for the hottest entertainment and celebrity news in the region.
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