After headlining one of the biggest end of the year concerts ever in Kakamega estimated to have had over 5,000 people, gospel singer and Lampstand CEO Rufftone says he is back in the music scene.
The event was hosted by the Kakamega County governor Wycliffe Oparanya was also a celebration of his 20 years as a musician.
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Uniting over 12 gospel artistes among them Evelyn Wanjiru, DK Kwenye Beat, Daddy Owen, Krystal, Sukuma Bin Ongaro, Ole Willy, Pastor Timothy Kituyi, Hopekid, Fidel, Slejj and Otezzy at the Bukhungu Stadium New Year bonanza was quite the statement that he still controls the gospel industry.
“I was truly humbled by the support I got from artists, fans, the county government as well as the media- and in particular the Pulse magazine in hosting such a big show. Out of this success, I can now say Rufftone is fully back, not just as an artist but also a mentor ready to change the gospel industry,” he told Pulse.
“It is because of this that we have agreed to work with the Kakamega County government in ensuring that creative talent is nurtured, something we are embarking on immediately,” he added.