Nairobi-based rapper Frasha(born Francis Amisi) has reached the end of his music career.
Frasha, one-third of the once-sensational music group P-Unit, on Wednesday, February 22, announced he is leaving the game after more than two decades in the music industry.
To commemorate his exit from the game, Frasha will stage his last performance today(Thursday, February 23).
Incidentally, the rapper is also celebrating his birthday on what he says is a magical date for him.
“23 is a magical number for me, 2023 is a magical year for me and 23rd is when I bid the game goodbye officially. Thursday 23rd, 2023 will be my last public show and also my birthday party,” Frasha said.
The rapper invited his fans to his last public show which will go down at Kentwood Address hotel located off Kiambu Road on Sabis International School, Road.
“Come join me as I give the last bow and celebrate my musical career. It’s a new dawn. Making moves 2023,” he said.
Speaking about his decision to bring the curtains down on his music career, Frasha said it was difficult to juggle between careers.
“This will be my last performance and it is time to give other people a chance to push the wheel on. I will not be very active in music. I can’t concentrate on two careers and also my family. I am feeling like I am aging and we can’t sing all our lives,” he told the Nation.
Frasha’s official exit comes months after he said he stopped making music four years ago due to frustrations in the local industry.
“It’s been four years since I stopped being active in music and opted out of the music business due to frustration in the industry. Too much hard work with other people reaping the benefits,” he said.
Before music, Frasha was a physiotherapist at a leading private hospital. He would later dip his toes in politics with an eye on the MCA seat in Athi River,