Kevin Bahati stood out as truly newsworthy being the new child in the amusement industry, he came as a rising begin with his hit single ‘Siku Ya Kwanza’ in late 2012. Presently a gospel wiz kid Kevin Bahati has a biography that is frequently connected with individuals in the motion pictures. As a man with ability, his modest nature and clear ability place him in the major class. Having had a troublesome youth growing up, Bahati has figured out how to surpass numerous artists in the stimulation gospel industry to develop as an remarkable artist that saw him win the furrow grants 2014 recompense for best male gospel artist. Presently a hot theme in the radio waves, we examine the life history of Kevin Bahati and how precisely he came to be a star.
Bahati Kenyan Gospel Artist – Personal life
Just by looking at him, one would not imagine that Kevin Bahati has had such a difficult life. His parents died at a tender age leading to Bahati being left with no one to look after him. Being a bright child from a tender age, Bahati decided to go to the ABC orphanage in Mathare slums in order for him to have shelter and education. Now having a semblance of a normal life, Bahati went ahead to have education until his high school years first at Nakeel school in Kajiado and then at St Theresa’s Boys in Eastleigh where he attained a C+ in KCSE at 2011. It is in 2012 that Bahati decided to make something of himself and thus ventured into the music industry.
Bahati Gospel Artist – Musical Journey
Bahati musical journey started during his high school years. His talent was discovered when he made a solo performance in 2010 playing the guitar at the Music Festival National Level held in Nakuru. The next year Bahati went ahead and represented his school St. Theresa Boys High School in Eastleigh where he sang and played the guitar at the National Music Festival in 2011 that amazed the crowd. Having his confidence in music grow, Bahati decided to pursue music as a full time career for his passion and as a means of him getting out of a hard life.
Straight from high school, Bahati coupled up with J. Blessing and L.B films who did his first song ‘Siku ya Kanza’. This song went ahead to be a great hit song that propelled him to immediate celebrity hood in the gospel industry with people increasingly requesting his song.
Kevin Bahati Songs and Awards
Bahati had the privilege of being awarded Groove award winner for best male gospel singer 2014. He also received various nominations for best video of the year and best collaboration. On top of this Bahati has been named the best gospel artiste in Africa in the Afrimma awards 2014 hosted at the Eisemann center in Texas, USA an award that is usually reserved for musicians who have matured in the entertainment industry. Now a musical sensation, Bahati has made his dream an aim of going to producing great quality of music to his audience, this he plans by attaining skills in radio and music in college. As a relatively new musician, Kevin Bahati is taking the world by storm while maintaining a non- controversial lifestyle, as his new hit single ‘Barua za Bahati’ is getting radio play time Bahati is proving that he is a great model for youths.
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