Moji Short Baba Opens Up On The Fall Out Of Kelele Takatifu

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By Brian Sikulu

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Celebrated gospel singer Moji Short Baba has opened up on the fallout of the Kelele Takatifu band. During a recent interview, the multi-award-winning artist revealed that the band's fall marked one of the darkest moments in his music career.

Moji Short Baba recounted how he struggled to come to terms with the fact that he had to part ways with his long-term friend Didi, who was like a brother to him.

Being careful not to go into the finer details of the fallout, Moji Short Baba revealed that he was also worried about how things would work out as a solo artist. He explained that there were not so many success stories of artists who left their bands to pursue music as independent musicians.

“It was really hard transitioning from Kelele Takatifu to pursuing solo careers we were like brothers and looking at how other groups had worked out after transitioning into solo careers I didn’t see so many success stories, it was so many so dark nights,” Moji Short Baba said.

Kelele Takatifu was at the peak of its success in 2017 when the members announced its split. The singers explained that they had decided to break up after being together for approximately a decade. The band had its breakthrough in 2009 after releasing 'Ni Msoh. It was famed for other hit songs such as; 'Aina Noma', 'Achana Na Mimi', 'Kama Wimbo', 'Tuko Sawa', 'Bonga Bonga', and many others.

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