Bro Philip Munyao – Sitaacha
By GuardianTV Music
30 April 2018 | 11:50 am
Philip Munyao is a budding Gospel Minister, Singer and songwriter based in Nairobi, Kenya. He started recording music professionally in 2016 when he released his first single ‘better Kenya’ produced by Jamal Malique of Starbell Records and video directed by Crizo Mzeya.
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