Why don’t the government support our music industry fully and promote young talents?
It’s an embarrassment to see very talented young struggling in streets while the youths in some other countries have been given priority by leaders and have enabled them in different aspect of life.
It’s been a trend with our Kenyan politicians and the government officials to lie to Kenyans on issues affecting society.
This behaviour my not cease of tough measures not put in place to curb such impunity.
MITEGO SASA has received numerous complaints from different youths who have had deals with politicians but later they turn out to be fake promises after the politicians have benefited from the such young people.
A coastal based RnB Hip Hop upraising musician has shared a story on how he has had fake promises from coast leader likes of Governor Ali Hassan Joho from Mombasa County, Governor Kingi from Kilifi County among others.
Speaking to MITEGO SASA, T bouy put it to clear that he has been misused by those coast governors severally and had to come out and share out.
“I met with governor Ali Hassan Joho who promised to support me with music facilities like studio and other requirements but finally after our deal was sealed, he only send some people to come check up where my new music studio would be set up and they measured everything but since that day, no more communication from the governor” said T bouy.
Nevertheless, his county governor Kingi, also promised T bouy that he would also help him in his music career.
“My county governor Kingi called me to his place and when I talked to him, he told me to records a song about Corona Virus which I did and he gave me only Ksh 50,000/ later he asked me to record a song about BBI and I did it and promised to pay me Ksh 200,000/ on which he paid a down payment of Ksh 50,000/ only till now he went silent on me” said T bouy.
He currently rocks the music industry air waves with his new collabo song dubbed ‘Minyororo’ featuring Swahib Maselle.
Here is a link to the new song have a watch.