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Prince Indah Discloses He Was Nurtured by Emma Jalamo, Biggest Break Came in 2019

  • Prince Indah said he’s been working in the music industry for eight years and was introduced by his uncle
  • The singer noted his big break came in 2019 after the release of his third album Kitabu Mar Hera
  • The father of one said he’s set to drop a new album soon and has upcoming collaborations with Khaligraph Jones and Bien Baraza

Ohangla musician Prince Indah has for the first time opened up about his life, music and family.

The singer has climbed the ranks to become one of the most sorted out vernacular artistes after an eight-year stint in the music industry.

Speaking to TUKO.co.ke, Indah revealed that he was nurtured and worked with his uncle, musician Emma Jalamo, for two years before launching his career.

In 2016, he started his band and has been performing with them till today.

Big music break

The singer disclosed that his breakthrough came in 2019 after he launched his third album Kitabu Mar Hera.

This has also come with huge opportunities, and the musician revealed he’s currently booked till mid next year.

He also disclosed being a husband to a lady called Winnie Ochieng and a father of a three-year-old daughter, Camara.

Speaking about musical career and family, he said:

“When you mix them (career and family issues) you get mixed up, but when you separate them, things become easy for you. We have an album coming called Te Amo and we have some nice collabos.”

He disclosed some of those he’s working with at the moment include Khaligraph Jones and Bien Baraz, saying he hopes for the best as he’s making classy music.

Ohangla to the world

In other Ohangla news, 24-year-old upcoming musician John Ouma received a rare but memorable invite to perform at a function by presidential aspirant Raila Odinga.

Omondi Wuod Ombeyi’s manager James “Yuri Neil”, Onyach told TUKO.co.ke that the budding singer was a keynote performer when the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) leader held a rally at the Kamukunji grounds.

The invitation was made through fellow politician Catherine “Tarino” Akoth, affording him a sought-after opportunity to see the doyen in person and market himself.

“It was one of my happiest days because I even got to greet Raila that day. He also told me that my song is good,” the elated crooner revealed.

Source: Tuko

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