ref21According to Grandpa Records CEO Refigah, the Kenyan music industry needs fresh talent for any significant change to be realised.

“We are tired of having the same old guys ruling the charts and as Grandpa, we have invested in new talent to ensure this change is realised,” Refigah said.

Speaking to Pulse, Refigah real name Youssouf Noah, said his Grandpa stable is more focused on training new talent.

“As much as we have been trying to help the old-guard remain relevant, our focus is on fresh stars and now we have a list of over 2,000, whom we have started training,” he added.

He concluded by thumping his chest that Grandpa Records is the leading stable in the country.

“Everyone one knows that Grandpa has taken over as the leading stable and our next agenda is to change the face of the industry once and for all,” he concluded.

Do you agree with Refigah?