Mr Seed explains why ‘Black Child’ cost Sh5m

By Diana Anyango | 2 months ago
Gospel singer Mr Seed.

Gospel singer Mr Seed has disclosed that his recently launched album, Black Child cost him a whopping Sh5 million to put together.  

Breaking down the cost of the album in a recent interview with Good News Broadcasting System (GBS TV), the Bless Me singer explained that he outsourced for music producers and took his team for trips out of the city to brainstorm on various projects.

“It has not been less than Sh5 million. Because you know I started creating this album last year and also this album had a lot of trips outside Nairobi. Just to go out with the team and spend even a week there. We spend, we work, we think… you know all those things. So if you put together the whole process of making an album, working with different producers, doing videos. Honestly, there is just a lot of things that happened,” he said.


“Black is just a story, my story and any other black child in Africa and our struggles. I also wanted to create an album that has different flavours of music, more so one with an African touch. There are five gospel songs and five love songs in the album. They are not secular, they are love songs,” he told GBS TV.

As a token of appreciation to Mr. Seed for his hard work and dedication to the gospel industry, comedian Eric Omondi awarded the singer a sum of Sh1million and promised to support him.

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