Prince Indah – Nyar Jaduong: Unveiling the Soulful Song

Kenyan singer Prince Indah, born Evans Ochieng Owino, has captured the hearts of many with his soulful tunes and unique musical journey. Hailing from Murumba Village in Siaya County, Prince Indah has risen from humble beginnings to become a prominent figure in the Kenyan music scene. His latest release, “Nyar Jaduong,” is creating waves, adding another gem to his impressive collection of songs.

Prince Indah’s story is one of resilience and determination. Born on August 9, 1994, he faced early challenges with the untimely demise of his father in 2003 and his mother in 2013. Despite these hardships, Prince Indah continued his education, showcasing his tenacity by scoring an impressive 360 marks in his KCPE exams at Oloma Murumba Primary School.

However, tragedy struck again when he had to drop out of Missions Of Hope High School in 2013 due to his mother’s passing. Faced with the harsh realities of life, he turned to manual labor, engaging in Mjengo activities to sustain himself in Nairobi.

His journey took a significant turn when he joined Ramogi Ohangla Rhumba (R.O.R) under the mentorship of Emma Jalamo. Observing, learning, and mimicking Jalamo’s style, Prince Indah quickly became a backup singer and the curtain raiser for the renowned artist. In 2014, he released his debut album, featuring the hit track “Cinderella.”

The release of the controversial hit “Nyakisumu Part 2” in 2017 from his third album, “Weche Hera,” propelled Prince Indah into the limelight, solidifying his position as a musical force. His commitment to music is unwavering, and he dreams of establishing a business and the Malaika Music Academy.

As Prince Indah works on his fourth album, fans can anticipate a new single release in the coming weeks. His dedication to creating meaningful music and his unique blend of Ohangla sounds continue to resonate with audiences across Kenya.

Prince Indah‘s musical journey is a testament to the power of passion and perseverance. From facing personal tragedies to becoming a respected artist, he has carved his niche in the Kenyan music industry. As we eagerly await the release of his upcoming single, “Nyar Jaduong,” let’s celebrate Prince Indah’s contribution to the vibrant tapestry of Kenyan music.


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