Veteran musician Nameless has turned year older.
The father is among the artistes who changed the Kenyan music industry thanks to his creativity.
Nameless recently celebrated 20 years in the music industry.
While celebrating her husband’s birthday, Nameless showered the Sunshine hitmaker with love. Her sweet message to him read,
Wuuuuhhhuuuuuuuu!!! Today is my husbands birthday! 🎊🎊🎊
Kenya is blessed to have you babe! @nameless You’ve paved so many roads, encouraged so many young people to follow their dreams, just by being intentional about following yours. Youve blessed so many lives, mine included, and formed many childhood memories for guys who have grown up (and are still growing up) listening to your music. You give your all to your fans, without skipping a step with your family. We all love you so so very much! Your kids absolutely adore you, and I am more in love with you today then when we 1st met 💗💗
Fam, if you’ve enjoyed yourself some nameless over the years, please show some love to him by wishing him a happy happy happy birthday as he turns a year older today!
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Nameless thanked his fans for the support over the years.
The singer, who hasn’t released a song this year, has revealed that he is working on big projects.
Shida ya birthday yangu siku hizi ni moja. Juu ya kukuwa the last one to celebrate in the Mathenge August birthday month, napatanga mabakshish ya birthday wishes. 😂😂😂.just playing.. But never the less I am blessed to have you my insta fam… You have watched me grow with my pipo all these years and I have felt nuthing but love from you guys. Another year to look forward to. And a special music year for me, but hiyo tutaongea baadae. For now let me just say thank you for being with me all this years as I celebrate another birthday today. I think I need to find a name this year. Ama namna gani my frens. For now let me celebrate with my birthday mates. Nawapenda sana,’ he wrote.
Wahu and her husband met when they were still students at the University of Nairobi.