P: Why did you go underground?
M: Not really. I was forced to take a break and concentrate on handling my real estate and car shipping businesses, which is something I have been doing for the past seven years.
However, this does not mean that I quit music. I have no intentions of hanging up the mic anytime soon.
P: What are you working on at the moment?
M: I have an album titled Nyumba Ndogo or Mpango Wa Kando, which I have done in dancehall and Benga styles and has six singles so far.
My latest music is inspired by the alarming rate of broken marriages that has disturbingly become a norm the world over. I felt obliged to use my music to educate people on the dangers ahead.
P: Speaking of marriage what happened to your much publicised marriage which took place in late 2008 to your wife Miriam?
M: Let’s just say that it didn’t work out for the both of us despite having a six-year-old baby boy who goes by the name Imrani.
I felt I needed to let go and move on with my life.
P: Word has it that the break-up was as a result of a sour relationship with your mother-in-law who felt shunned during your wedding and went ahead to inform the press expressing her disappointment at being left out in her only daughter’s wedding?