East Africa Music: Masauti ft. Tanasha Donna – Liar Mp3 Audio Song Download
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Masauti, Kenyan serial hitmaker releases his latest hits which he titled “Liar“.
“Liar” features talented Kenyan Songstress, Tanasha Donna who did justice to the song.
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Who is Masauti?
Masauti Biography. Masauti aka Kenyan Boy born in Mombasa is a Swahili songwriter and musician in Kenya, who captures the attention of whoever is listening to him and make him a fan of him instantly.
Masauti Real Name
Mohammed Ali Said, alias Masauti
Masauti is a 25-year-old singer-songwriter on SwaRnB records, East Africa.
Masauti Music Career
Mswazzi Masauti has been writing music since the age of 13 while living in the ghettos of Mombasa (a coastal city in Kenya). He, unfortunately, dropped out of school due to financial constraints and had been working odd jobs as a bricklayer and dishwasher earning 40 cents (Euro) a day to feed himself and his brothers and sisters.
He started to take a liking for music while escorting his friends to record music in their local studio. After a few recordings in Mombasa, he ventured out to the capital city of Kenya (Nairobi) where he did a few tapes before meeting up with Tedd Josiah a music producer known for introducing new artists into the Kenyan market since 1996.
Many people are just coming to know of Kenyan singer Mohammed Ali Said, alias Masauti, but the truth is that he has been around for some time now. The Mombasa born and bred singer has been making music for the since 2014 or thereabout. Put simply, and it took him five years (or more) before he became a household name. Despite being a super-talented singer, Masauti, who’s also known as Kenyan Boy, really struggled before Kenyans finally recognized him.
When he made his official debut in the local entertainment industry, he referred to himself as Mswazzi Masauti and was singed to SwaRnB Records which is owned by legendary producer Tedd Josiah. His first song under the stable dubbed Mahabuba didn’t do well. Very few people know it. Actually, I first heard it today as I was writing this article. Listening to the song, anyone can tell why it didn’t do well. Although it’s a stunning composition, it lacks the ‘party vibe’ that most Kenyans are used to. This song can make you sleep in a club!
It seems Masauti discovered this as he quickly re-invented himself (of course with the help of others). If you compare the Mahabuba with his latest single dubbed Ipepete, you’ll notice the sharp contrast. Not only did he change his music approach, but he also worked on his image. He moved from being a singer with a hideous hairstyle to a semi-tough musician. For the umpteenth time, image is everything! He also met comedian Jalang’o who has really pushed his music career and introduced him to big industry wigs such as Khaligraph Jones who featured on the remix of his single dubbed Kiboko.
Today, Masauti is one of the most sought after musicians in Kenya, but the truth is that it did not come easy. It took him a whole five years and a lot of metamorphoses. He is living proof that patience pays!