I was born in Uganda then moved to Nairobi, Kenya when I was 17 years and Kenya became my home. It’s while here that my music career exploded to higher heights.
I started music as a young boy at the age of 9yrs as a Sunday school lead singer and went on to join the church choir as a tenor vocalist which pushed me to another level of being a praise and worship leader.
The acoustic guitar was the first instrument I ever learnt to play, then I went on to learn Keys which I’m best at.
I was nominated for the best gospel artist in Africa in Kora Awards in 2004 for my song *Every time I call*.
I played the keys for the Singer Sonnie Badu at House of Grace when he visited Kenya. In 2009, I had an opportunity to minister on TBN in Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA. Later on the same year 2009, I got the privilege of curtain raising for Kirk Franklin when he visited Uganda. I’ve also had the privilege of playing Keys for Bishop Donnie McClurkin and minister with Uche Agu when they visited our church at JCC.
God has been so good to me and He enabled me to win three awards:- Xtreem diaspora Artist of the year, D.E.A.R Song of the year and Sauti song of the year.
Currently I serve as the worship leader at Jubilee Covenant Center in Seattle, Washington, under Pastor Steve Ndegwa.
Here are some of my songs;