Rapper Steph Kapela recently aired his frustration with Kenyan music saying fans should support local artists. Speaking in an interview with on Kiss FM, Kapela said that Kenyan music is hard but artists have to find away to exist. “Nairobi we didn’t have a good induction but we don’t blame anyone so we are creating the space for ourselves. but slowly by slowly we are getting there.We need to find our own kind of art and stick to it. we do not want to show that we live a life we actually can’t afford.,” said the rapper. Small crowd Steph Kapela has a new song dubbed Exposure which talks about how artists are forced to do free gigs for experience and growing their brands. He shared that as younger artist he was once forced to perform for only two guys at a club. “My first gig I performed to just the bartender and bouncer in the states. It didn’t make me want to quit. It made me want to prove them wrong that I can scoop a crowd.” he said.
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