The family of Mugiithi musician, Samidoh adore him so much. The singer is currently in the USA for a tour of several states. He will be gone from Kenya to return during the festive season.
Unlike last year, Samidoh is marking his birthday without his family. Last year, his wife Eddah surprised him with a party before he jetted off to the US.
This time round, Samidoh is all alone in America but that didn't stop his family from celebrating him.
In fact, Karen Nyamu's second born - a boy- with Samidoh sang a beautiful song to his popular dad.
The nominated Senator publicly shared the video on her Instagram stories and added her birthday message to her baby daddy.
Karen holds her son as they travel in a car with the cute boy singing his heart out with the usual birthday songs.
"Aww happy birthday daddy Samidoh Mucoki," Karen proudly penned.
For his part, Samidoh paid tribute to his parents for birthing a great man.
He told Kenyans his late mum Wairimu was a big influence on his life until her demise. His father too pushed him to become the great man he is today.
"To the woman that bore me, Miriam, everyday I see your prayers come to fruition. Thank you for giving me life and nurturing my talent at a tender age," he wrote.
"Daddy, thank you from the bottom of my heart."
Samidoh also paid tribute to another woman in a heartfelt message.
"My foster mama Senator Betty M. Mum, you are my compass, always giving me direction when I veer off. Live Long!"
The father of many quoted a bible verse to show his fans that he has received abundant blessings.
Samidoh will return to Kenya just before Christmas.
Samidoh and Karen have two kids together - a boy and a girl. Karen though has an older daughter from a different man.
Samidoh has a wife known as Eddah. He apologized to her when he confessed he fathered children with Karen.
"I am sorry! I have put my family and myself in a bad situation. It is true I had a friendship with Nyamu and it is this involvement that led to the birth of an innocent child whom I have and will always support both emotionally and materially. I am a proud father to my children," he said, apologising to his wife Eddah.