In an article seen by Pulselive.co.ke, singer Taabu recounted how she started school in 2012, but took a break to participate in a music competition, which she won and which launched her career. musical.
She went on to say that after releasing her first song, she took another hiatus to find her goal which was to go back to school, and she is happy to have finally graduated from her first degree, despite the many challenges. who showed up along the way.
“My first cycle in real estate started in 2012. I took a break in 2015 to appear on the DSTV show, Maisha Superstar, which by the grace of God I earned by launching my mainstream career with Ruka as the first single. I went back and took another year off because I felt I needed time to figure out my goal, travel, and focus intensely on music. I have found my goal. And that meant that I was going back to school with a new need to go all the way to a doctorate. It was intense: insane heartache, confusion, beautiful music, travels around the world to places where I never thought my voice would take me, etc. but above all GOD! The first phase is over, thank you to everyone who was a part of this trip,” she said.
Phy rose to the limelight after winning the MNET reality music show Maisha Superstar under the direction of Kaka Empire boss King Kaka in 2015.
She beat three other finalists at 1.2 million shillings in the show’s grand finale, which also earned her a recording deal among other awards.