P: The grapevine had it Phoenix did the actual writing of the song...
C: Besides recording us, Phoenix had nothing to do with the song. I get shocked when I hear some of these things as much as I donât have beef with the stable.
P: Is your music fame a case of girl interrupted?
C: Everything in life happens for a reason. I was modelling before Tokelezea. Now, I am taking music seriously. I am also looking forward to being a TV presenter.
P: Talking of modelling you have since terminated your contract with Versatile Modelling Agency, right?
C: The contract was only for a year. Besides, I am also a sales executive. With music coming into my life, I could only do so much.
P: You are quite young, still in collage, yet there seems to be so much going on in your life...
C: I turned 21 in February this year. I believe that life is what you make it.
My mother was my greatest inspiration before she passed when I was six years old. The environment I was raised in taught me how to focus in life.
P: Many people are of the opinion that you had a smooth lavish upbringing. Why the ghetto demeanour?
C: My dad is of Kikuyu-Maasai and Indian origin. My mum was a Kikuyu. We were raised in Limuru before we moved to Nairobi where my dad does art besides running an automobile yard. I have four brothers.
Ours is just an average family, having lived in Ngara and Calif.