By Ivan Mwine
Kenyan gengetone stars the Mbuzi are slated to have a music tour in Europe this year and according to sources close to the group the tour is slated to start in July.
This is exciting and incredibly wonderful news because knowing the gang, they have come from far and are not about to stop.
Moles reveal that the singing trio has announced that a tour is on the way to London come this July.
If they manage to pull it off, the Mbuzi Gang will go down in history as the first gengetone group to have a world tour.
It should be noted that the gang did their first music tour out of Kenya last year in Uganda, during which they thrilled many of their Ugandan fans.
Signed to Black Market Records, the Mbuzi gang comprises of Joseph Getugi, Mike Makori and Moses Ojwang’ popularly known as Joefes, iPhoolish and Fathermoh respectively.
The gang began with just two members before Fathermoh came in to complete the circle and together they have created memorable moments, released hit songs and managed to co-exist as a group.
Their work ethic is highly motivational and we hope that they make it to this trip so that they can represent gengetone to the world because this has been their lifetime dream.
Iphooolish in an interview recently said that they won’t stop until Mbuzi Gang becomes a household name.
The Mbuzi Gang recently dropped their new album dubbed ‘Three Wise Goats’, which features songs from Ugandan and Tanzanian artistes, thereby realizing the dream of our fathers of the furthering the aspirations of East African Community.