Flamboyant hitmaker Jaguar showed his philanthropic side when he coughed up a whooping Ksh 10,000 for Frasha’s debut solo album, ‘Dakitare.’
The P-Unit member launched his new solo project over the weekend in an event attended by the who’s who in the entertainment industry at the Kenya National Museums in Nairobi.
During the launch, Frasha auctioned a few copies of the 12 track project. Jaguar won the auction by forking out Ksh 10,000. Showbiz acts Big Ted, Mongolo and Frasha’s P-Unit band mate Bon Eye, bought the new album at Sh5,000 each.
“This is what we call supporting local talents,” Frasha joked, adding, “This album launch is my musical offer to my many fans who are supporting my solo act.”
Conspicuously missing at the red-carpet affair was Frasha’s P-Unit band mate Gabu.
Frasha explained his absence saying, “Gabu had been pre-booked for a show with Prezzo in Nakuru on the same night. So he had travelled. That’s the only reason he didn’t attend. Nothing else.”
Here are some photos from the launch.