King of RnB in Kenya Otille Brown otherwise known as Jacob Obunga has spoken saying that Kenya needs to organize a concert for popular American rapper Meek Mill to perform once the quarantine comes to an end.
Speaking to his Instagram fans, the ‘hit n run’ song maker stated that he is even willing to spare his own cash and pay rapper Meek Mill if he agrees to come into the country and entertain his Kenyan fans once the social gathering ban is lifted.
“When this pandemic is over, @nrgradioke @telehmani @Joho001 @a1entke @ Y’all bring Meek Mill. Entry nitalipa.” Wrote Otille Brown.
Super talented musician Otille Brown is currently one of the most streamed artists in Kenya.
Even during this pandemic where most musician are suffering major losses due to cancellation of music performance shows, Otille’s music continues topping charts and getting thousands of boomplay streams.
He just recently launched his first ever music album ‘Just in love’ in conjunction with Boomplay music.
Having been in the industry for only five years, Otille’s major moves on the music scene are hard to ignore.
In a recent ranking by American Billboard Chart, the sensational RnB singer was considered the highest watched Kenyan musician on YouTube.
His Youtube music channel was able to amass a total of 27.88 million views between June 2019 and June 2020.
Following closely at number two was the biggest boy band in Kenya right now Sauti Sol, who have managed to garner 22.6 million views in the course of one year.
The only two East African artists who beat Otille Brown in the charts were Simba himself Diamond Platnumz having a total of 53.94 million views and his Wasafi counterpart Rayvanny with 30.21 million views.