Kenyan Afropop Singer Shifuu Drops the second Single " My Boo "
15 July 2022
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Fast rising Kenyan Afropop singer Shifuu who’s a fresh talent of the showbiz industry come through with his second single ‘My Boo’ following his first single ‘Monica’ featuring controversial socialite Amber Ray which was released,2 months ago and is still receiving massive support and airplay.
My Boo is a certified banger written by Shifuu and produced by Icon Throne City. Shifuu praises his woman in a melodious voice. Who would not fall for that, making you wait eagerly for the official video? This song should be added to your playlist because it will get you singing along with its vibrant and melodious sound. The production seems to favour him, the way he sings and praises his woman is just incredible and mind-taking.
His style is unmatched because he possesses this rare ability to stick to the culture yet to be relatable to the outside world as well. Unlike other artists who have a specific genre dominance, he brings afro vibes, can rap and sneak in some sleek Amapiano.
Shifuu is seen to be paving his way up the ladder in the entertainment industry and he is about to shake the Kenyan music industry at a high rate and will soon top the charts.
Born as Victor Lameck commonly known as Shifuu is a Kenyan Entrepreneur, Co-Founder at Artfit Africa, recording and performing artist hailing from Kisii County.
At a young age, instruments always perplexed him, they gave him a sensation that nothing else did, and completed him in a way that only nature can comprehend. The Kenyan Afro-Pop artist has become a renowned artist known for his versatility, storytelling and dynamic range. He is a vibrant entertainer and musician who likes to get his audience involved with singing and dancing.
His style is unmatched because he possesses this rare ability to stick to the culture yet be relatable to the outside world as well. Unlike other artists who have a specific genre dominance, he brings afro vibes, can rap and sneak in some sleek Amapiano.