He is best known by his stage Boss but his government name is Paul Onyaa. The gospel music singer made his name as part of the defunct Award-Winning group, M.O.G.

Boss, who doubles up as a producer and a songwriter, is also the owner of Badilisha Mtaa Camp. He is currently ruling the airwaves with his latest release – Cheza Chini.

He revealed the 10 things people don’t know about him.

1.     As an audio and video producer, I’ve directed all my videos.

2.     I am a vocal trainer.

 3.     I am the last born in a family of 9 children.

4.     I have been charged with robbery and violence and spent one week in custody.

5.     I run a programme that supports children who have lost their parents to AIDS in Korogocho slums.

6.     I was forced to drop the name ‘Boss’ in school by a priest.

7.     I was once almost a victim of police execution.

8.     I’m a songwriter and even though I’m a gospel musician I write secular songs.

9.     My friends robbed me of a car in my church in Korogocho.

10.  Orphaned at the age of 3 years, I was once a street kid.

Watch ‘Cheza Chini’ below.