Kagwe Mungai is not only talented when it comes to producing good music but he is also blessed with good looks.
Looking at him one would think he has grown up with a silver spoon in his mouth but that is not so. Kagwe opened up during an interview with the Standard where he said he had to work many jobs to survive.
Kagwe says, “I was a dishwasher, a bartender, a DJ, a barber, a tutor and many more.”All this was meant to earn him an extra coin back in campus.
He has worked on songs such as Give It To Me Feat King Kaka, Creeper, Hot This Year, Doctor, Biggest Fan, TKK Feat. Madtraxx, Bad Girls and The Dee
Kagwe is among few Kenyan artistes who have worked with both international artistes and African entertainers. Apart from being a great musician Kagwe is a certified saxophonist, composer, songwriter, singer and rapper.
Having worked along side musical acts in the United Kingdom, Mungai had the opportunity to collaborate with musicians and poets such as Run toto Run, Louise Victoria, Julie Wangombe. Kagwe Mungai’s most notable collaboration was with Fena Gitu in the song Dutch. The song managed to peak at number one on several charts in Kenya and abroad.
As young as 14, he was writing songs and developing ideas with a four-track recorder his older brother brought home one day.