Embarambamba is an upcoming gospel musician who has of the recent past hit headlines on his unique ways of doing his music.
Embarambamba's dancing style and they way he rolls in mud and climb on trees and running around is what has made him come to the limelight. But this unique moves makes many people misunderstand him, some saying his is a mad man.
Talking on the trend show with Amina yesterday on NTV, Embarambamba opens up on why he does his theatrics in his music. He says he isn't mad as many perceive him so he only does such crazy stuffs in his music because of Poverty and by so doing he gets much attention from social media users hence making somr litle money to sustain him.
Embarambamba calls upon the president of the republic of Kenya Uhuru Kenyatta to support his music because when Uhuru and Ruto were looking for presidential support in 2013 he was among the youths who campaigned for Uhuru Kenyatta.
And as it is known that Kisii county where Embarambamba comes from is an ODM stronghold but they clinged to Uhuru and Ruto till they made it to the presidency.
He calls on for president Uhuru to help him on his talent because he usually do whatever crazy things he do on his music videos because of poverty so that he may attract some more attention on his social media handles to make a living.
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