• Piritone Dawayao, an urban afro pop artist, has released a new hit single titled “Riggy G”.
• The song is inspired by the flamboyant lifestyle and swag of the Deputy President of Kenya, Rigathi Gachagua, whose nickname is Riggy G.
The song “Riggy G” is a testament to Piritone’s talent and creativity. With its catchy beats and memorable lyrics, it is sure to become a fan favorite and a hit on the Kenyan music scene.
The music video, directed by Twister Black, is a visual feast that perfectly captures the song’s energy and vibe.
Piritone Dawayao, an urban afro pop artist, has released a new hit single titled “Riggy G,” which is inspired by the flamboyant lifestyle and swag of the Deputy President of Kenya, Rigathi Gachagua, whose nickname is Riggy G.
Produced by Bern Mziki and with a music video directed by Twister Black, “Riggy G” is set to take the music industry by storm.
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Piritone Dawayao’s Background
Piritone Dawayao is a young artist from Kakamega town who has defied all odds to pursue his dream of becoming a top artist in Kenya and East Africa. He is currently based in Nairobi, where he has been working hard to make a name for himself in the competitive music industry.
Before his music career took off, Piritone was a motorbike owner and earned a living from boda boda business.
“Hustling has been in my blood since my childhood days. I always wanted to become successfull in everything i do. Thats why nimejituma na hii bizz ya Boda atleast nipate kakitu juu pia huwezi kaa tu hapo ukilia hakuna jobs.”
Through his hard work and dedication, he managed to save up enough money to finance his dream of becoming a top artist. Piritone’s story is an inspiration to many young people who are struggling to make ends meet in Kenya. A definition of a true hustler.
“I wrote the song immediately after the general elections to ease out the then rising post election tensions but only decided to record it later when a friend heard me singing it and liked it.”
In addition to pursuing his music career, Piritone is also pursuing a college degree in one of Kenya’s top universities.
He hopes to become a successful artist and a good example to those who were born poor. Piritone’s determination and dedication to his craft are evident in his music, which is a blend of urban afro pop and Kenyan cultural influences.
Piritone Dawayao is a rising star in the Kenyan music industry, and “Riggy G” is just the beginning of what promises to be a long and successful career.