Quite possibly a hit tune by prominent Mercury artist Johnn Ndichu. Check audio clip of both sides.
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I love John Ndichu and it’s a shame that there’s no biography about him, he’s a kikuyu legend and should be treated as such.Rest in peace.
ngure karuru says:
true john wasthe pioneer to kikuyu music live alone wakina salim how jus remix his songs.his legacy lives on since his sons still sing
Paul Maina says:
Love John Ndichu’s remix songs but I have never known who did the one man version.I hear people say the audio remix was done by Salim Junior while the video was done by mighty Salim.I don’t note the difference since they both sound similar and look alike.Make me understand please.Anyway nice songs…….
eddy Gichira says:
Am eddy gichira.i am in the process of writting a biography of forgotten kikuyu musicians.
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