Kenya: We Are Still Brothers – Gospel Singer, Mr Seed Says as he Quits Bahati’s EMB Records

The Gwara Gwara hit maker, Mr Seed in a statement stated that he was venturing out of EMB Records as an independent in a bid to give space to upcoming artists at the label.

“After two successful years being signed under EMB Records, I have finally decided to go independent and be my own artiste for the sole purpose of paving way for other young and coming artists that Bahati has been taking in that need the platform and support that EMB have offered to me and can offer,” wrote Mr Seed.

Mr Seed, while in a bid to nib claims of an acrimonious fallout with Bahati in the bud, wrote that they remain brothers.

He disclosed that he is already getting ‘talk from the streets that is not pleasing to his ear’ while at the same time reiterating that he will address issues that arise from his move.

ALSO READ  Kenya: I Was Called Bahati’s Aunt - Diana Marua on Dating Younger Man

“Me and Bahati still remain brothers and I’ll always wish him the very best in everything he does. If there will be other stories that will rise up, I will address them to everyone because I am already getting word on the streets that are not pleasing to my ears,” he stated.

What is next?

“We start year 2019 on a high note, this year we make more moves and win more souls…continue watching the space and continue supporting me as I push this gospel of Jesus Christ. 2019 is my time!!”


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


South African Actress, Londiwe Ngcamu Beaten By Boyfriend For Kissing In A Play

Kenyan Comedian, Karis, Shows Son’s Face For First Time to The World