In the opener of the second season of VIP ACCESS, Anyiko is hosting King Kanja – a high-flying Kenyan artist based in the US and also known as the vibe lord. Kanja, who likes to refer to himself as a global citizen, is more often than not in very exclusive circles in the international music industry. This hasn’t stopped him from upholding a very strong African brand and staying connected to his country, Kenya.
In this interview, Kanja talks about his strong identity, his big break, and finding himself beyond the music and different genres. He cites the late Chucky Thompson – legendary US record producer – as one of his biggest mentors and teacher in the game. He sheds light on his definition of Self Made and what it means to be a Black Bottle Boy, before sharing Marketing & PR tips.
It can’t be a King Kanja interview without him giving us an exclusive insight into coming close to legendary artists, and executives like Matthew Knowles, Wyclef Jean, and Bobby V. As we close, I am recalling a very important business lesson King Kanja taught me years ago just when we started working together.
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