Musician Judy Stevens was interviewed this past weekend during Daddy Owen's album launch. Miss Stevens featured in one of the musician's songs and spoke about it during our interview.

She said, "We did the song in 2019 and we recorded it in South Africa and it is called, 'Higher Higher', and did it under the label of Maliza Umaskini."

Was it hard for a female gospel artiste and getting into the industry? "It was pleasing, it wasn't harder. As long as one puts God first, is focused, knows what they want and does the work, the rest God does."

Had she been able to achieve the things she wanted in the industry? "Yes we are, but you know that something good doesn't come easy. You must go step by step before you reach your goals."

Sadat Muhindi, the CEO of Maliza Umaskini also spoke about the singer, saying that she was at the top as far as talent goes.

"I met her about 2 years ago after watching some of the videos she had done with her older sisters. She is unique. According to me, she is the best female vocalist in Kenya, something you will see as time goes on. That's why I was attracted to her work and we took her in." 

And how had an upcoming artiste like her been featured on Daddy Owen's album? "He and my label are on great terms. When we need him, he helps us. When he needs us, we help him," he said simply.

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