Kenyan artiste Vivianne has advised fellow artistes to embrace where they come from and take it as a stepping stone towards their success story in the future.

Speaking exclusively  to Mpasho Vivianne said there is no shame in coming from a poor background.

‘People/ artistes should be honest with where they are and not  feel like they should be loaded for them to be respected.

Most people are always afraid and constantly ask ‘If I say I have problems how will people look at me?’

You should not think about that.’

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Further adding

‘Every one is going through something.

A lot of artistes have come from poor backgrounds.

There is no shame in having a humble beginning, its very unfortunate to lose people due to mental illness.’

Vivianne had in the past opened up on having struggled to an extent of hawking

‘I have done a lot of activation’s for companies and supermarkets.

I also sold cutlery on the streets. I did it once and I sold everything that day.

I was working for a company that paid very little commission.

That is one thing that discouraged me otherwise I have always been aggressive.

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‘Its difficult, you really have to humble yourself.

I had studied marketing but I had to settle for that job. I decided to try and see what comes out of it.

It’s important to embrace opportunities.’

Fast forward Vivianne has become a household name in the Kenyan entertainment industry. She is known for collabos with other big names such as Redsan, Madtraxx, Mejja among others.

She is trending for her latest jam is ‘Masharti’, check out the jam below.


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