B: I work in so many different studios and producers to give different songs different sounds. I'm working with GoldenChyld, Mondo of Launchcode Ent whoâs worked with Bustarhymes, Laface and others. Thereâs also Teddy Bear, and Jai of Nextone Ent., who works closely with P.Diddy among many others.
P: Seems like youâre doing good music, though here we only got to hear Love vs. Hate featuring Viki Secret. Are we going to hear more of the other stuff, and how soon?
B: You will definitely be hearing new music soon.
P: You talked of your style of music being Diaspora Music, how can you describe that kind of music?
B: Diaspora music is simply international music. That means that itâs performed in English so that more people can understand what you are talking about in the song, but it has an African influence, which makes it authentic.
P: And how is the reception to that music in the US?
B: People who hear it love it because itâs a bit different from what they are used to. Itâs music that bridges a gap that has never been bridged before.
P: Having been an artiste both here and in Atlanta how can you describe the difference between the two entertainment industries?
B: The difference is astronomical. However we must also take into account that this country is far older than Kenya, so the music industry here has been developing for almost 80 years. The Kenyan industry is a lot younger. Of course there is far more money here in the music industry and many more lucrative ways to make it if you are actually good at what you do. The societies that are formed to act on behalf of the artists actually pay the artists. American Society of Composers Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) is one of them. They send me cheques regularly for my music played in the public. I think MCSK should be doing that for Kenyan artists but since I'm not there right now, I'm not sure if there has been any advancement in this area.