Meru Artiste Who Left Crowd in Frenzy with Electrifying Performance in Eldoret Says Harmonize Is Humble
- Musician Jaysul has proven to thousands of fans that he is the next big thing in Kenyan music industry
- The singer from Meru charged the crowd when he took the stage to perform during the Harmonize show in Eldoret
- Jasoul, who dazzled fans with his expensive appearance, hung out with Harmoniz and he praised the Bongo star
Artist Meru Jaysul praised Harmonize after stealing the show during his concert in Eldoret on Sunday, December 11.
In conversation with TUKO.co.ke, Jaysul opened up about his meeting with the boss of the Conde gang.
According to music, Harmonize has a huge heart and is very affordable.
“Unlike many celebrities, Harmoniza is a down-to-earth person and is easy to deal with,” he said.
Jasoul leaves the crowd charged
The fast-growing artist became famous for his “Despacito” cover, which he translated into Mayor the dialect provided an electrifying performance, leaving the revelers delighted during a concert organized by Base Yet.
The musician was captured, performing with a group of dancers who are rocking their respective outfits.
It was coming soon before Harmoniza took the stage.
Notably, Jaysul had a great first show in Eldoret Which will be remembered by his fans for a long time.
Jasul claims to have overshadowed Ruger
In October, Jaysul boasted that he had overshadowed Nigerian superstar Ruger during his show in Mt. Kenya.
Jasoul appeared in style on the show, Ruger was a chauffeur in a flashy motorcade.
Jaysul was flanked by mean-looking guards who surrounded him as he made his way west.
The outrageous singer said he is currently Meru's most sought-after artist, and his designer clothes always make women fall into a frenzy.
Yasisul believes in quality
In a previous interview with TUKO.co.ke Jaysul said his show should never be missed because he oozes quality music and has an expensive appearance to match its energy.
“I believe I'm a change in Meru's show business, and for those who say Meru is ushago (rural), we're here to show you that Meru is the capital of show business.”
Jaysul, who is signed under the guidance of Watanashati Records, said he has a philanthropy sponsor who supports him music Video image and branding.