Nairobi’s City Hawker “Malofa” Vows to start his Music career in style.

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James Mwaniki Nduati, alias Malofa Msanii, is a Kenyan based city hawker who has drawn mass attention to the media after a post he made on his Instagram page.

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Music is all about personality. The type of music you listen too usually defines who a person is. The type of music a person listens too can be seen through the way they dress, speak, act and the type of surroundings they decide to put themselves in. Music is set at the center of our culture.we listen to it on the way to school, work, journeys, etc. We can never deny the music industry is a huge part of any one persons life. Music can shape a persons identity. We could make judgement on what the type of personality a person has just by looking through their mp3 or iPod. Music is a worldwide global industry it is seen all over the world in many shapes and forms and is listened to by anyone #MalofaMusic

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Music is all about personality. The type of music you listen too usually defines who a person is. The type of music a person listens too can be seen through the way they dress, speak, act and the type of surroundings they decide to put themselves in.
Music is set at the center of our culture.we listen to it on the way to school, work, journeys, etc. We can never deny the music industry is a huge part of any one persons life.
Music can shape a persons identity. We could make judgement on what the type of personality a person has just by looking through their mp3 or iPod.
Music is a worldwide global industry it is seen all over the world in many shapes and forms and is listened to by anyone #MalofaMusic

The 25-year-old rapper was born and raised in Murang’a county where later he moved to Nairobi in his early 20’s. He was fired from his first job in Nairobi by his cruel employer and imposed false allegations that Malofa was a Devil worshiper, something up to now he has never understood. He said.

Months later life became so tough forcing James to hawk in the streets. The artist took to social media how life as a hawker has transformed his life despite being brutally disrupted by the city council.

The multi-talented Rapper has promised Kenyans that he’ll take Kenyan music to the world through hard work, consistency, and determination.

In an interview with Hotline Clique, Malofa explains how the city council has been mistreating and chasing them off the streets. He now wants to focus on creating good music for his fans.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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