By Isaac Tugume
Whoever through Gengetone superstar Fathermoh had gone on a music holiday needs to reconsider their thoughts, because he has returned with a big bang!
Fathermoh, who featured in Vic West’s blockbuster hit ‘Kuna Kuna’, with Savara, Brandy Maina and Savara, has in store a new studio project for his fans dubbed ‘Marafiki’.
Although he is a member of famous Kenyan singing trio the Mbuzi Ganga, Fathermoh decided to go solo on ‘Marafiki’ on this one.
And, well, we all know that Fathermoh never disappoints and is not about to do so, because ‘Mafariki’ is another sizzling banger from him.
‘Marafiki’, which can be literally translated to mean ‘My friends’ in English, is a song in which Fatherhood sings about the friends he has encountered during his musical journey.
This studio project officially premiered today and is available for streaming on all digital platforms.
Meanwhile, we have also established that after dropping the audio on digital platforms, Fathermoh is working on releasing the ‘Marafiki’ video, which will be dropping on YouTube in a few days.
However, besides ‘Marafiki’, Fathermoh has over time released several singles and collabos with a number of big-name artists, his most famous collabo being ‘Kuna Kuna’ with Vic West, Savara, Brandy Maina and Thee Exit Band, plus ‘Dai Dai’ featuring Shekina Karen, which has so far garnered over 1.5M YouTube views and still counting.
Tap the click to stream ‘Dai Dai’ on YouTube as you wait for ‘Marafiki’ to officially drop this Friday.