David was Born on 21st August 2000 in Berlin Germany.
From the moment he was born, David had an International appeal. He has a Russian grandmother,A German father and a Kenyan mother.His paternal grandfather, Stephan Hermlin was a very famous German writer . He was one of the most influential writers of the German Democratic Republic.His father Andrej Hermlin is a successful jazz musician who owns a famous orchestra known as the Swing Dance Orchestra.At the age of three years, David began developing interest in playing the drums, So he began teaching himself how to play the drums going around drumming everywhere and on anything typically as a three year old would do. This however did not skip the attention of his father who being a musician and bandleader, realized there was something extra ordinary about him.
At the age of four years, David made his first appearance on stage with his father and performed remarkably . By the age of five, he was taking tap dancing lessons with Tassilo Ebersbach. David kept growing day by day in his talent being natured by his father and performing to multitudes of people both in Germany and other countries including Italy, Switzerland and the USA.
As the years passed by, David began developing interest in dance and was especially drawn to the Michael Jackson style of Dancing and at the age of nine years, he caught the eye of the makers of Friedrichstadtpalast – Berlin. This is the most famous European show palace, and before long, due to his exceptional performance, he found himself the soloist of all the performances which included singing, dancing and acting. He still does this to date.
At the age of ten and running wild with mad talent David got hold of the piano and before long with the help of his teacher, he could noticeably play many compositions on it exceptionally well.
Having a Kenyan mother (Joyce Hermlin), David has been spending most of his time in Kenya. Owing to the fact that they own a home in the Thumaita village of Kirinyaga District that is on the slopes of Mt. Kenya. He in time grew interest in singing something about his maternal homeland. So his parents reached out to the award wining producer and song writer in Kenya known as Dr. Eddie.
Perfect Paradise is the first song that they have worked on with Dr. Eddie and it talks about the way he would love to see the country be like contrary to what he sees and that’s people living in poverty and only a few of them living in paradise which makes it and imperfect paradise. The song is doing very well in the East African region.
To date, David travels a lot performing with his father and loves Kenya a lot from what he says.
Below are photos of David performing in Germany:
Kahawa Tungu who Dennis Itumbi Unmasked is at at it again!,The rumour monger went ahead to state that sonko's family was suffering and that her daughter could not even afford sanitary pads.And this annoyed both sonko and his daughters thus prompting to this update on his facebook page just to prove someone wrong:
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Sauti Sol release the audio version of Still The One as a free download from Mdundo.com only 12 hours after releasing the video,
Sauti Sol, East Africa’s Most Gifted Video of 2012 Channel O winners and Kenya’s high-flying recording/performing band, finally release the music video to “Still the One.” The video of the single (released in April) off their soon-to-be-released third album is Sauti Sol’s most anticipated release to date.
The audio version of the song has also been made available for free download at the Kenyan Music distribution website, Mdundo.com. Sauti Sol explains; “We are really happy with the new video just released 12 hours ago, the response has been overwhelming. Sauti Sol's music is for everyone to enjoy and we are tired of fans not being able to get our music. We therefore hope that everyone will enjoy Still The One as a free high quality download from Mdundo.com”.
The video of the slow jam was shot in Nairobi city and features regular yet charming couples, depicting young love blossoming from primary school to university and beyond. In the song, Sauti Sol equates their fans to their own love interest with simple yet intricate lyrics praising them for ‘still being the ones’, years on.
Produced by Ulopa Ngoma and Sauti Sol, “Still the One” is yet another original stamp of Sauti Sol’s harmonious ballads; flaunting the band’s celebrated articulate song-writing skills and story-telling abilities. All this is blended in Bien-Aime’s perfect falsetto amidst Chimano and Delvin’s rich harmonization in catchy instrumentals directed by Polycarp’s rhythmic lead guitar.
Kenya is where it all goes down infact kenyans are the the best when it comes to partying,doesn't matter if you got some cash or not, what am saying? I know you are wondering,but anyway what i mean is; kenyans can party at the clubs and even at home.Those who go out to party, start the partying early as possible and leave the clubs when its sunny out there and not forget is the Traffic jam on Fridays are Madd.
For those who are just at home, you can still party at your comfort by tuning in to madd mixxes by VJ One on Club Kiss.
BUT WITH ALL THIS A SIDE JUST DONT FORGET TO BE SAFE....IF YOU MUST DRINK DON'T??...................this might be the end of the party!!!
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