Ythera and Moonboy are two extremely talented young musicians every Kenyan is talking about. The two are on Kiss TV’s The Search, which airs every Sunday at 8 pm.
They have proven they are not your average artistes since the show started.
The two are blessed to have powerful voices that can move you to tears. If you don’t believe me, tune into the show this Sunday as we come to the finals of the show.
However, everyone has a life story to tell. They did not reach there by luck. It has been all hard work and commitment. They got to talk about this recently.
Ythera started singing at a tender age but was always too shy to sing in front of anyone. She fell in love with music very early in my childhood. She’s inspired by Eric Wainaina as she grew up listening to his songs.
When asked what she’d do if she won 1 million shillings, she said, “I will give some of it to my parents and probably treat them to something really nice because they really, really, deserve it. There’s no amount of money that can ever repay my parents for supporting me throughout my music (and life) but it would be my way of showing gratitude. I’ll also invest it back into my music.”
Moonboy on the other hand started singing at the age of 9, humming and vocally trying out vocals from various artistes. His dreams are to be one of the biggest brands worldwide and making platinum albums and doing what he loves. He also wants to fight for the appreciation and acceptance of Kenyan music, globally. He is inspired by American singer Trey Songz.
If he won the money after the competition, Moonboy said, “I will heavily invest in my career and profession which is the music business and give back to the community by entertaining them as a singer with music they have never expected to originate from Africa.”
Ythera and Moonboy will be fighting for the prize alongside Suzziah and Elvis. If you want to see who takes away the cash prize of one million shillings and aa record deal, make sure you tune in to Kiss TV this Sunday at 8pm and experience magical voices.