Former Grandpa Records artist Majirani hit the stardom in 2014 with an emotional rags to riches story. The singer, who is known for hits like “Hivo ndo Kunaendanga,” and “Tukumbukeko” had a tough life after dropping out of school and had to find away to feed himself. Majirani, who comes from Eldoret, rose from just another hawker after that to a top musician while working with Grandpa Records. Well, it seems things are not going really well for the singer after staying almost four years without dropping a hit. Ksh 1 million Majirani was recently spotted looking washed up and really struggling. Remember this is a guy who won Ksh 1 million after beating almost 300 other artists at Maasai Mara Mic Battle Talent Search in 2014. In an interview after that, he confessed that he bought a plot and used the remaining cash to fund his music career. “I used the money to facilitate the production of my music. I was able to comfortably produce my audios and videos at Grandpa Records. I invested the rest of the money in a prime plot in Eldoret,” he said then. Here are the photos:
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