Fast-rising duo, Falenzy and Ringstar aka Servant Boys are finding a breakthrough after 15 long years in the music industry.
In a statement, the duo said;
“We have been recording for fifteen years without breakthrough. How-ever we were doing solo projects and trying to put our content out there but we had not had a good team to guide us through the whole process and make an impact in our career.”
“After being signed to Urban Sounds,we came to realize that without team work we can only do so little. We have been challenged to re-corded a lot of music and it has proved to work for us since we are concentrating on being artist rather than being everywhere from marketing to producing.”
The group which sings contemporary urban Christian music was born in Kisii town and has been friends since childhood hence growing a bond that has proved to be unbreakable.
“My talent put me in trouble with my parents many times and I was heated at tiles because I could sneak out of the house to go attend a Kesha in one of the local churches. My parents were SDA and I was attending churches that used to have praise and worship since I loved worshiping and singing with the praise and worship team. Today my parents have grown to understand my passion in music and have sincerely supported me in my music career as an artist.My elder brothers were huge lovers of music and they really inspired me to task myself into taking music as a career and today they have stood to support me in ways I can’t explain,” said Falenzy.
Speaking about his music journey Ringstar said;
“My parents passed on when I was very young and I was left to fend for myself. The lonely nights alone led me to a point where radio was my only voice of consolation. I met Falenzy when I was in class seven and since then my life took a different turn,) found a friend that became family and since then we grew up encouraging each other that one day our star will shine. Life has taken me through a roller coaster of events and every time I find myself in place where I feel like my doors have been closed,-Falenzy comes into the picture and all of a sudden things change. I have been homeless and Falenzy and his elder brother took me in and gave me shelter. I have been down many times as an orphan but I have always felt as though I had both parents because I have had that one friend that has not let me down at my point of need.”
The duo has promised Kenyan great music ahead.