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Otile Brown Recognizes Kenyans by Listening to Music and Making It Dance

Otile Brown Recognizes Kenyans by Listening to Music and Making It Dance

Kenyan musician, Otile Brown, believes that Kenya is an important hub for world music, but many are unaware of it.

He was interviewed by a local news network where he expressed his satisfaction with Kenyans, who he says made his songs popular around the world.

According to him, Kenyans are the ones who give direction to how other people in the world receive songs.

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At the same time, the musician feels that Kenyans still do not know the potential they have in the music industry, and that is why Nigerian artists visit Kenya and make sure they are interviewed on radio stations.

He also spoke about the move by Nigerian artists to spend a lot of money advertising their work on You Tube.

However, he is not happy with the many people who he says have a bad spirit for not being able to push and support housework and instead focus on the works of foreign artists.

Otile, or if you like Jacob Obunga says he started singing and writing songs at the age of 13 but released his first album in April 2017.

He is one of the most advanced artists in the music industry and is mainly involved in the clothing business, especially men’s suits, and also owns a music recording and management company called “Just in Love Music.”

Otile Brown Recognizes Kenyans by Listening to Music and Making It Dance