Embarambamba Finally Reveals Where His Name Originated From

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  • Popular Kisii musician Embarambamba has revealed to the netizens that his name came about as a result of playing drums.
  • According to him, he was so good at playing the drums that one artist called Mr. Ongengo hired him.
  • Fast forward, another artist came and hired his dancing services where he started by jumping so high that he caught the attention of most people.

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Popular Kisii musician Embarambamba has revealed to the netizens that his name came about as a result of playing drums.

According to him, he was so good at playing the drums that one artist called Mr. Ongengo hired him so that he could play drums for him. As a result, his unmatched talent of playing the drum made Mr. Ongengo nick name him Embarambaramba (emulating the sound of the drum).

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Fast forward, another artist came and hired his dancing services where he started by jumping so high that he caught the attention of most people. Having noticed how people reacted to his dance style, he decided to maximize on the same to date.

If you are a social media lover, then you might have come across this crazy Kisii gospel musician Christopher Mosioma aka Embarambamba who has taken his videos and music to another level.

For the longest time, Embarambamba has been performing weird moves in almost all his video shoots, something which has left many Kenyans wondering what may have befallen the Kisii celebrity.

As a result, a number of worried Kenyans who have been following his publicity stunts have been taking to their social media handles with some accusing the musician of practicing what he does best in the cover of darkness.

Apparently, Embarambamba was on Monday evening almost knocked by a motorbike when he took his publicity stunts to one of the busiest roots within Nairobi.

So serious was the incident that Kenyans called upon the concerned authorities to chip in in a bid to save the musician from himself.

At some point, the Kenya Film Classification Board executive officer Mr. Ezekiel Mutua  suggested that the artist should desist from such dangerous moves since he was posing a danger not only to himself but also to other people around him.

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