Masauti has revealed that some of his music projects have been paid for by Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho.
Speaking in an interview with Massawe Japanni, Masauti who just released his new video, 'burudani' opened up about his close relationship with Joho.
"I usually chat with Joho via Whatsapp and one day while I was in Mombasa I checked on him but he was in Nairobi then," Masauti narrated.
He told me he really needed to talk to me but he will look for me when he gets back to Mombasa. When he came we shared a meal and asked how he would help me and that is when I told him that I was struggling to finance my music videos,
Joho has played a big role in my music career and he is actually the one who paid for all my music videos off my EP," He added.
Masauti revealed that the liar music video which he featured Tanasha, cost the Governor Sh800K.
"I would like to say Governor has really helped us and I am really grateful to him because it would have been tough for me and may God bless him. He does such things because he loves music, he has helped so many artists in Mombasa" an emotional Masauti said.
The 25-year-old revealed that he dropped out of school as a form 2 student and even though he is enjoying success, he has not closed the door on going back to school.
"I would love to go back to school and continue with my education and I have no problem finishing school.."
Has lack of proper education affected him in any way?
There are certain things and terms that are hard to understand and probably I would understand better if had a better education.
But at I have a learned cousin whom I forward my contracts and helps me from being tied down by a contract.
Speaking on when he was almost tied down by a contract, Masauti said,
There are certain shows where someone ties wants you to advertise/promote for months and still asks you not to perform elsewhere before the show but I managed to escape that.
Masauti announced that his fans are not ready for what he has in store for them.
The Kiboko hit maker revealed that he has been working on new projects with Tanzania's Ruby and Nandy.