U.S. based Kenyan artist Msanii Foreman jets back home with charity mission

U.S. based Kenyan artist Msanii Foreman jets back home with charity mission

Msanii Foreman.

US-based Kenyan artist Francis Odhiambo Otieno popularly known as Msanii Foreman, is back with a mission to help the needy.

The multi-talented artist, performer, and singer jetted back in Kenya a fortnight ago and is looking forward to carrying out community outreaches more so in communities affected most by the covid19 pandemic.

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Msanii Foreman.

He hopes to put a smile on their faces through a stream of sanitary towels to drive together with an array of food distribution.

“There is just something special about being home in Kenya. I feel excited with my team on array of fulfilling charity causes we’ll be carrying out in Kenya. Music has always had a special place in my heart, and when you’re able to share it with others, especially those who need it and can appreciate it the most, it assures me my music is 100 times more powerful,” he says.

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Msanii ForeMan carries out his sanitary Pad Drive Campaign in Oloitoktok.

His musical catalogue consists of hits such as Africa – a track that pays homage to his homeland – featuring Faith Stan, G-Bana, and Flex Muziki.

He’s also considerably ruled the radio airwaves with the popular hit, Sexy Body featuring La Irene – with an awesomely choreographed video. His latest release is Mbwa Kali featuring Kenyan Rapstress Ssaru.

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