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“Magix Enga duped me after a studio session” Says upcoming artiste


Wickliffe Otieno popularly known as Awicko has a bone to chew with veteran producer Magix Enga.

According to the singer, he paid Magix Enga Ksh.20,000 in January 2018 to work on his song but to date the song has never been dropped.

The singer who is currently ridding on his banger jam dubbed ‘Nyalego’ says he also sent a demo to the producer and has been waiting for his track to be released.

“I sent him a demo on January 2018 and kept waiting for my track to be released. Aside from that, I also paid him twenty thousand but to date I don’t know what happened to my song.” he said

The singer also added that he has tried on several occasions to reach Magix Enga for an explanation but his calls go unanswered.

“I have tried to call him from last year but he does not pick my calls, I have even tried to reach him through KRG the Don but he also doesn’t answer my calls.” he revealed

The singer recently rocked fans during the Reggae Mtaani initiative courtesy of Gravity Band and Ghetto Radio.

Awicko reveals that he has struggled to build his music career and at one point was even forced to work as a cook to build his career which did not pick up.

The singer is set to drop his song dubbed ‘Debe’ very soon but still maintains that he needs answers from Magix Enga.

He currently owns a cloth line and has been working with fellow upcoming singer Chedda Kenya to grow his brand.