Gospel musician Chris Musioma, alias Embarambamba stunned many while appearing for an interview on Nation Media Group-owned TV station NTV.
Moments before his interview, the singer performed his songs while jumping on tables in an empty newsroom, rolling on the floor, and running all over the studio.
On his musical journey, Embarambamba said he started making music eleven years ago when he started as a drummer for a legendary Kisii musician.
He also boasted about his music career noting that when he first entered a studio, he found himself spitting lyrics with so much ease.
“The first day I went to the studio, I never carried any book, I just found myself spitting lyrics and it formed a song,” the musician told The Trend host Amina Abdi.
Embarambamba also responded to Kenya Films and Classification Board (KFCB) CEO Ezekiel Mutua who raised concerns about his stunts.
The KFCB boss said the musician can hurt himself in the name of entertaining people, further urging his fans to stop cheering him while performing his stunts.
In his response, Embarambamba challenged Mutua to support his talent instead of asking people to stop him from making music.
“I am spreading the gospel even though I am broke. So I am doing my theatrics but praising Jesus. I am also asking the president to support my talent by buying me the camera and also a car to help carry the equipment,” he said.
The sinver also appealed for help from First Lady Margaret Kenyatta, further saying that he is willing to work with any musician.
“I am not discriminating any artiste because even Ndombolo came from heaven. All songs came from God, so I am willing to work with any musician,” he added.