A celeb is only as sick as their last stunt. If your celebs don't stunt, they aren't worth talking about. Nigeria is however just a galaxy ahead of any other African country. Therefore it would be really unfair to talk about Nigeria in reference to any other African country. So i shan't.
Elections may be over and done with, we have all but moved on! Still I deemed it necessary to put up a list of the top ten peace/elections themed songs released prior to us casting our ballots.
If you are an artiste looking to find ways to make money in the music business, then this is for you.
As the election fever spreads across the country, artists and other celebs have come out to preach peace ahead of the same. Just last week, Gospel artist Rufftone released a peace song alongside the GSU and now Jimmy Gait has followed suit.
Pulse were upto their old tricks again, giving us tidbits then leaving us hanging. They are guilty of giving their readers mental blue-soccerballs!
Please note that each and every celebrity mentioned in this article, IS NOT GAY! However, that has not stopped the fans and critics from speculating and even concluding that they're so.
George Kariuki: Tell us about Jimmy Gait...
Jimmy Gait: Jimmy Gait is a very black and white person.
G.K: Jimmy Gait suddenly came to the limelight. Tell us where you came from.
J.G: Nimetoka mbali. Ilikuwa ni juzi tu, nilikuwa naomba fare. Mambo ilikuwa down kabisa. Nilikuwa nimetoka mashambani then of course, I was in college. I did Bible Archeology for four years. After graduating, I felt a calling from God to do music. To minister through music. So music to me is not just a business. It's a ministry. It's a calling.
G.K: What can you tell us about that journey, from Bible School to you turning to music?
J.G: Mazee, it was hard! When I actually cleared college and said that I want to do music, almost everyone was like, 'what, are you crazy?' How can you go to Bible School and end up in music? So many people were against me. They never believed I would make it, so nilikuwa na mahaters wengi sana. Your attitude determines your altitude. You can never change your life, unless you change it yourself.
So, we have been dying to do this list for the longest time but decided to save it for the end of the year, and now, it is just about that time.
Most people just discovered the enormous talent that Kenyan creatives posses when it comes to animation. Little did you know that these guys had developed this art way before.