Vicmass has been dominating the airwaves with his hit song ‘Bank Otuoch’ is one of the hardworking musicians in Kenya who literally did manual jobs before getting breakthroughs in showbiz. The singer surely hustled his way up.
Perhaps in the spirit of encouraging others, Vicmass recently shared an emotional story on how tough life was before fame.
“Before I was this smooth,this woman together with her husband Denis Lang’at saved me,when life was sewage,from Nairobi to Emali, Makueni county [Ukambani]. First day they gave me three sodas,three bottle of water and biscuits to sell,at Emali Buspark.
Second day this woman added me a stock worth ksh.500 and she urged me to believe in GOD that one day I will be rich and my music will be big.
I used my second month savings to record the original audio of Bank Otuch song in the year [2014] among other audios. Whatever moved me to even invite them for my Churchill interview last week ,is,she is Kamba and her husband is kalenjin and am luo,they helped me without asking which tribe i belong,i celebrate them,they are part of this journey to Beverly Hills.
NOTE:”When you help it’s not your duty to let the whole world know you did” GOD bless the entire family of Denis Lang’at. And my GOD is watching this year am flossing.


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