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Otile Brown is another young Kenyan celebrity that has attracted the lasses’ attention.

His music has made money for him and to top up his ever selling videos is the large following he has earned from his female fans.


After a successful collaboration with Khaligraph Jones dubbed Imaginary Love which received positive feedback from fans, Otile Brown has yet again come back with other songs that have created massive heat in the Kenyan music industry.

In his Deja Vu track, Otile shows without a doubt how talented he is and from his smooth vocals one would confuse him for a Bongo musician. Well, Otile is a coast-based artist who has mastered the art of writing songs in Swahili and better still performing them effortlessly.


He is among a section of Kenyan musicians who’ve done the cover to Adelle’s song Hello and he surely did justice to the song.

Among his best hits is Pakate that officially saw his female fans ‘die for him.’ Others tracks that he has done include Basi, Everything and the hit song Alivyonipenda which he featured Kenya’s celebrated rapper King Kaka.


The Mikindani boy was discovered by comedian Jalang’o who later handed him to Dr.Eddie and is yet to release another hot collabo with Tanzania’s Baraka da Prince. This comes months after he named Diamond Platnumz and Ali Kiba as his mentors.

Check out Otile’s latest single with Sanaipei.