Wahu and Nameless dropped their first season of Documentary and Reality TV, 'This Love' over the weekend
The 13-part series which has been created and is executive-produced by Eugene Mbugua will highlight Nameless and Wahu’s timeless love, colorful lives, and legendary history, as well as the lessons they have picked up along the way.
Speaking during the event, Nameless and Wahu also shared more about their upcoming joint album, also titled This Love which they revealed inspired the docu-reality series.
“As we strive to do this joint album, we also want to share the story behind the music. We want to give insights on what inspires us, what drives us, our thought process, personalities, our shared and different perspectives and our different temperaments,” the couple said.
Speaking for Showmax, Timothy Okwaro said,
“It’s admirable how they (Nameless and Wahu) have managed to reinvent themselves and stay relevant despite the changing genres of the music industry in Kenya. We are happy to see them open up their lives to us for the first time, and most importantly, to have that happen on our platform,” Okwaro said.
Nameless and Wahu have chosen a very private life for more than 20 years of being in the limelight but seems they are ready to open up a part of their life, present or past to the world.
And like Bien said, it is time to introduce reality TV that is not ratchet.