When did you start singing, and when did you realise that you wanted to make it your career? I was born into music. I am named after my great-great-grandmother, who made money through music from the 1860s. My father's influence is reflected in his teaching me Luo songs that have given me a foundation based on my rich roots, culture and heritage, while the Christian songs taught by my mother influenced my lifestyle and the values I live by. Generally, my dad was a great host, and, when guests came home night after night, guess who entertained them? You are releasing an album. How did you get to this point? I call my sound "KenSoul" (My Kenyan Soul). I realised very early that it would be difficult to find a genre for my sound because of my diverse influences. However, at the core is my Kenyan Soul, my KenSoul. Through KenSoul, I embrace my roots and culture through my two albums that highlight my passionate belief in fostering relationships and projects that advance the African creat...

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