Kakamega Artist Bruce Mfalme Proves He Can Be The Next Otile Brown After Dropping New Jam ‘Kokota’

 

Kakamega County has officially gotten a new ambassador following fast-rising singer Bruce Mfalme’s new release dubbed “Kokota”.

Kokota, which was released just a few days ago, is already taking over the airwaves proving Bruce Mfalme has what it takes to go against other big names like Otile Brown and Masauti who have been dominating the RnB genre in Kenya.

The song was recorded at Champion Studio Kenya which is located in Nasra Estate and follows other great hits from the singer such as “Simba wa Majeshi”,¬† “Mama” and “Nipokee” which both feature Bclassic.

Watch Kokota below:

Mfalme was also recently in the news for going the extra mile and helping out artists by giving them free recording deals.

In conjunction with Champion Studio Kenya, the singer has ensured musicians, who have been greatly affected by the Covid19 pandemic this year, can still hit the studio and make good music without spending a shilling.

With such generosity and a growing impressive music catalog, its not hard to see why Bruce Mfalme will easily become the official ambassador of Kakamega County. Comedian Mulamwa is from Kakamega County. He comes from Butere and is normally seen as the ambassador of the County in general.

#BruceMfalme on Y254 tvTaking about new single #kokota

Posted by Champion Studio on Saturday, 20 June 2020

Bruce Mfalme’s brand however is also growing at an amazing rate and soon will be working alongside the comedian to represent top talent in Kakamega.

Watch his interview at Y254 Channel where he spoke about his humble background and why he always dreams of working with Bongo singer Harmonize more than Diamond Platnumz.

 

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