Vic Mass Luodollar is currently the most promising upcoming artist in Kenya.
It is evident his father had great taste in music and appreciated their cultural music which in turn served as a great platform for his son since he enjoys singing in his vernacular.
Vic Mass is one of the youngest artist in Kenya and is definitely a role model to other talented youths and his way of singing his songs in vernacular is a great way to show his supporters that there is no harm in appreciating their culture.
He took to social media to update his fans on his late dad, whom he chose to remember in a special way. He shared his favorite music record play list.
“Good morning fam lets review Monday. PHOTO BELOW is me and my father George Ondeye over 20 years ago. Location -Kisumu Bus Stage. I miss my dad a lot anytime I revisit his music library. Below were some of my Dads fav records, any of these you haven’t listen to for a while?
1.Ouma Jerry – Winy bende herore
2.Awino Lawi – Anjeli nyar siaya
3.Collela mazee – apidi nyar john
4.Brother Charley – Hully Aoko
5.issabela Muga – D.O Misiani
6.Omore Kings – Loo Odino jaber
7.Omore Tisa – To Natimi Nade
8.DR.Osito Kalle-Asembo piny maber
9.OSITO KALLE – Thuond Luo
10.Osito kalle – Tipo jaket kore.
Hii List ni special .”
He also shared a TBT photo of his late dad in what seems to be a studio.
With his club banger Bank Otuch featuring Octopizzo, Vicmass has been producing and working on his new projects and has released a single Simbe Adek.
He is currently enjoying fatherhood, with the birth of his son Baby Gilroy father and continues to treat his fans with photos of the boy.
“It’s Godly, I just confirmed I can get any woman pregnant. It’s my first child and I’m very happy I’ll become a parent. Anything I want in this life is to be a parent.”