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Daddy Owen opens up about Size 8 and Alice Kamande being his dancers before their breakthrough as musicians

April 13, 2018 at 07:35
Daddy Owen opens up about Size 8 and Alice Kamande being his dancers before their breakthrough as musicians

Size 8 and Alice Kamande started their journey in music as backup dancers. Gospel star Daddy Owen reveals the two songbirds used to work for him.

Today Size 8 and Alice Kamande are some of the biggest gospel singers in Kenya. But their success in music didn’t come easy as Daddy Owen reveals.

The gospel singer opened up about Size 8 and Alice Kamande during the launch of his new song ‘Mungu Yupo’ at a local station. He says he worked with the two songbirds alongside Savara Mudigi as his dancers before their big break in the music industry.

Bien’s work

Daddy Owen also reveals that his new song ‘Mungu Yupo’ was composed by Sauti Sol’s Bien Aime Baraza. The gospel singer has on several occasion sought the help of music composers to write his songs. Pitson wrote his mega hit ‘Vanity’.

Watch ‘Mungu Yupo’ in the video below:

 

 

 

 

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