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Touching Message :Size 8 Reveals On How Daddy Owen Inspired Her While She Was Still A Dancer

After Janet Mbugua , Savara of Sauti Sol and Wahu Kagwi shared on their experience with Daddy Owen in his 10 years as gospel artist , size 8 has also joined in to give her testimony as well.

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No many would have know that Size 8 was once a dancer but today she revealed that she started as a dancer before joining the music scene. Besides this she also shared on how she met with Owen and how she used to love his talent , hard work and humility.

Size 8 who is now an established artist in Kenya said that she wanted to be like Owen way back when she was a still dancer.

“I Thot to myself one day am going to be like him” said in a post

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Daddy Owen is celebrating his 10th anniversary as a gospel artist in an event scheduled on Sunday 12th of July at the Carnivore grounds starting from 3pm .He will be

Entry fee for regular is Ksh 1000 and VIP Ksh 2000. Remember he is giving out his latest  album  “Vanity”  to all those who will attend the event.

Make a date.


Daddy Owen Is Back And Is Working On His 5th Album

Praise singer  and Kisima Award Winner 2012, Daddy Owen who is a mentor to many gospel artistes in Kenya is working in his 5th Album.


This is after a long break since last year when he did Mbona with Denno in their campaign of helping the disabled. We really respect the big heart that GOD gifted our brother Daddy Owen and also his brother Rufftone who was involved in the Tuvuke Peace initiative.

He will also be releasing  his first single at the end of this month called Kazi Ya Msalaba meaning the work of the cross.

Keep it locked.


Daddy Owen : “I Dream’t That We Would Perform On An Event Like The Presidential Inauguaration”

Daddy Owen Our Brother In Christ, An Award Winning Gospel Musician says he gives glory to GOD for making his dream of performing on an event like the Presidential Inauguration With Denno Come To Pass.

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We have a New President Uhuru Kenyatta and he was inaugurated yesterday at Moi International Sports Stadium and among other artistes Daddy Owen was one of them who performed.

Daddy Owen performed with Denno their song called Mbona which speaks about non-discrimination of the disabled.


Daddy Owen actually “dream’t” that he and Denno would perform on a big event like the presidential Inauguration.

As he said: Denno is amazing, i remember telling him that one day we will perform “Mbona” in a big stadium and people will be singing along, i thank God.

Well for sure dreams come to pass.




Daddy Owen has zealously put all his effort in pushing for the ‘disabled’ to be given opportunities rather than just sympathy and also for them to be treated fairly like normal people.

This can be exemplified in his two songs Mbona (With Denno)  and also Twende Kazi which he did with  Emmy Kosgei, Denno, Wyre and Miss Karun.

You just got to love Daddy Owen, as he picks his inspiration first from GOD and also from his Brother Ruff tone Igigi who has been pushing for Peace through Tuvuke Initiative.

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