• Avril says she loves Nyashinski in terms of his content and his demeanor.
•The chokoza singer says that she and Nyashinski have built a tight bond and that she loves and admires the rapper for how far he has come.
Seasoned singer, Judith Nyambura Mwangi alias Avril has opened up about her undying love for fellow musician, Nyashinski.
Speaking to Citizen Digital, the chokoza singer says that she and Nyashinski have built a tight bond and that she loves and admires the rapper for how far he has come.
But would she say that Nyashinski is her celebrity crush? “I don't want to say that I have a crush on him but I love Nyashinski in terms of his content, his demeanor,” said Avril.
“He is a cool guy and he happens to be someone that I know personally so I just like his vibe and his music, everything about him awesome.”
An ambitious Avril also revealed that her goal and vision is to work with the legendary Beyoncé someday, a desire which got her dreaming of the two songbirds performing together.
“I'd love to work with Beyoncé, I've actually dreamt working with Beyoncé…like I literally had a dream of her calling me up on stage,” she said.
Recently, Avril was trending after her latest single 'Danger' performed poorly on YouTube with netizens blaming her for poor marketing skills.
Speaking in an interview with Mungai Eve, the 36-year-old beauty defended herself and refuted claims that she has been inconsistent in releasing music.
"I have always been consistent. I release music every year. My true fans know that I only release music in April of every year. My birthday month."
Avril also defended herself from netizens' claims that her song did poorly on YouTube because of poor marketing and communication skills.
She says that it is a known fact that people only celebrate people when they are dead and gone.
"People only like to celebrate others when they are dead. My songs will trend when I die. If I were to die today (God forbid), the songs would trend. We saw that with the late Mwai Kibaki, even those who didn't like him in his life, we're praising him when he was dead," she said.
Asked how she felt when people compared her views to other artists, Avril said, "I am a human being of course. So you feel bad for some time. I choose not to take it personally."