13 year old, Amani G live in concert tomorrow

 

Do you remember where you were or what you were doing at the age of 13? For most of us, we probably transiting from primary school into High school and didn’t have life figured out yet.

Well, this is not the same for Amani Gracious AKA Amani G as she seems to have her mind set on what she wants to do and by the look of things, music is one of the things she has set out to do.

 

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The 13-year is building her career real first and she is now ready to release her first Extended Play (EP) in what will be a live concert.

The event will feature popular Kenyan Gospel artists like Pitson, Moji Short Baba, Daddy Owen and hypeman Timeless Noel, who recently lost his father.

 

 

The 13-year old star will release her EP dubbed  ‘My reflections at 13′ tomorrow, December 2 at the Alliance Francaise from 2 pm to 6pm. Tickets to her first ever concert are selling at Ksh. 1000 per person but the young singer has announced a flash sale today between 8 pm to 10 pm which will see tickets sell at Ksh. 400 per person.

 

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Amani, who recently completed her Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) exams this year is expected to showcase the growth of her sound and voice since she was signed to Pine Creek records mid this year.

Amani G has released 3 singles so far namely: Sitasahau which she released in July, In Love featuring songstress Vivian and the most recent Ni Poa featuring Pitson, all of which have received massive airplay.

 

 

Hailing from Githurai, Amani G got her breakthrough after a stranger recorded and posted a video of her singing ‘Girl On Fire’ by Alicia Keys. The video went viral on social media and as they say the rest is history.

 

 

The American singer, Alicia Keys reposted Amani’s video on her official Instagram account with the caption, “Look at this beautiful soul. SHINE!!!!”

 

 

Amani G credits attributes her musical gift to her father who is also a musician.

 “My dad inspired me so much in music even before I became a superstar. Seeing him struggle out there to earn from his music gives me courage to work harder at this young age,” she once said in an interview.

 “He is getting old and I will be the one to fill his gap,” she added.

 

Will you be going to support the 13 year old’s dream?

 

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