Mr. Seed continues to win both in and out of the studio!
The father of one had a glamorous event at PrideInn last Sunday where he launched his new 'Black Child' album.
The well attended event saw key players in the entertainment industry attend with Eric Omondi among them.
The president of comedy in Africa promised to offer monetary support for the gospel musician so he can continue to bless many hearts.
Less than a week later, he kept his promise and gifted him with Sh1 million in cash.
Omondi said the reason behind the gesture is because Mr. Seed is among the few remaining gospel musicians who are still spreading the word of God.
"We PROMISED and We've Delivered!!! Mr. Seed is the only Remaining Male Gospel Artist in Kenya. He must be protected and Supported. @mrseedofficial" Wrote Omondi.
Presenting his gift to Mr. Seed, Omondi said;
"Tulisema tuna support Mr. Seed because he’s the only male gospel artist remaining mwenye ana represent God manze.
Alijituma akaweka event hapo Prideinn wonderful wonderful album inabless watu wengi na tukasema tunambless na One million na hiyo siku imefika. Bro industry yote iko kwa shoulders zako."