Nadia Mukami Explains Why She Didn’t Include Arrow Bwoy In Her Masterclass Project

Kenyan singer Nadia Mukami has revealed that she did not include her fiancé, Arrow Bwoy, in her masterclass project for upcoming artists because she wanted to create a space where emerging artists could interact with industry experts who are not their friends or family.

Mukami, who spoke after the first Msanii Masterclass under her Sevens Creative Hub record label at Bomah Court on August 6, said that she wanted to create a level playing field for all artists, regardless of their connections.

“I wanted to create a space where upcoming artists can gather and engage with industry professionals who are experts in their craft,” she said. “I believe I can make a difference in someone’s career, and it doesn’t always have to involve financial transactions.”

Mukami also said that she plans to continue hosting masterclasses for upcoming artists in the future. She said that she wants to create a platform where artists can learn from each other and from industry experts.

“I want to create a community of artists who support each other and who are constantly learning and growing,” she said. “I believe that by working together, we can all achieve our goals.”

Mukami’s masterclass project is a welcome initiative for upcoming artists in Kenya. It provides them with a unique opportunity to learn from industry experts and to network with other artists. Mukami’s commitment to supporting upcoming artists is admirable, and it is clear that she is passionate about helping them achieve their dreams.

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