A Kenyan music producer is taking his work to remote villages to record up-and-coming artists on location to offer something new and different for Kenya’s competitive music industry.
Producer Presta George imagined how difficult it must be for village artists to get their songs on the radio, let alone become famous.
And that’s where George found his calling – in the southwest town of Awendo.
But the town of 16,000 people is not where he does most of his recordings.
“I though it wise to bring these studios to the local people, so that at least they can compete, or they can sell their details ⇒
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