Kenyan RnB singer Otile Brown penned down a sweet message celebrating songbird and former radio show host Sanaipei Tande as she turned 35 years old.
The Alivyonipenda singer took to his Instagram page saying that he did not know that they shared the same birthday.
He went on to state that maybe that was why when they always team up to do a song, it becomes a major hit as their chemistry is always on point.
“Heshima yako totoz , Yo! Didn’t know we share birthdays, no wonder we make good music together and the chemistry is always on point… you’ll always be my fav female artist. Thank you for two legendary tunes,” read part of the post.
The singer went on to note that if their fans cannot get tired of good music then they will never get tired of them. He went on to wish her good health, blessings on her hustle and more good life. Sanaipei Tande responded by expressing her shock as she also did not know the two shared a birthday.
Otile who just turned 26, first teamed up with Sanaipei Tande in 2018 where they released their hit song dubbed Chaguo La Moyo. The song became a major hit and has already garnered over 19 million views on YouTube. Two years later, they would put their chemistry to test one more time and in 2020 they collaborated on a song dubbed Aiyana. The song has become another hit and has already accumulated 1.9 million views on YouTube.
Sanaipei Tande came to limelight after she won the 2004 East Africa Coca-Cola Popstars Talent Search together with her two band mates Kevin ‘Kev’ Waweru and Pam Waithaka and the trio called themselves Sema Band. The band released its first song dubbed Leta Wimbo and went on to release a seven-track album before each member took a different path.
Sanaipei Tande has had stints at Capital FM, Nation FM and Kiss 100 as a radio show host. She recently quit hosting Karaoke shows after 13 years revealing that she had hosted the show in 32 different clubs.