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Otile Brown apologizes to Nadia Mukami over ill-comment on their Collabo #Kolo

Apologies Queen- Otile to Nadia

Otile Brown and Nadia Mukami

Kenyan RnB singer Otile Brown has finally reconciled and made peace with singer Nadia Mukami, weeks after talking ill of their collaboration dubbed #Kolo.

The two meet on Sunday and they were able to iron out their differences, with Otile Brown asking for forgiveness from Nadia Mukami.

“Apologies Queen… was tricked out of my position by a negative opinion… was having a bad day” wrote Otile in a clip with Nadia Mukami.


The Dusuma hit-maker’s apology come weeks after he made a negative comment on his collabo with Nadia, after a fan said he did not do his best in the song.

Three weeks ago, Otile defended his role in the song #Kolo saying he featured in song after producer Vicky Pon Dis made the request.

"Huo wimbo sio wangu jamani... alikataa niandike akasema 'I want a hit song not a good song' weeh nikaeka verse yangu nikaondoka. Nilifanya kwa heshima ya Vick pon dis tu! Wimbo ambao nina husika utaujua tu! Y'all be trolling me ever since it came out," Otile said.

Adding that, fans should not crucify him for not delivering in the said song: "Please understand and let it slide... it's messing up my peace... nilijifunza... kama siupend sikai... respectfully and with love. Nothing personal,".



The song #Kolo premiered officially on YouTube on February 2, 2021 and has garnered over 3.4 million views and counting.

The Audio to the song was worked on by Vicky Pon Dis while its video was directed by Director Hanscana from Tanzania.

Kolo was Nadia Mukami’s 14th studio single and her 1st track off her upcoming Album.


The song #Kolo is basically a celebratory classic during happy occasions that praises both the African boy and girlchild in a metaphorical context and draws inspiration from them Mushrooms, a legendary late 90's band.

Nadia Mukami is an award winning female artist from Kenya and has fast been gaining global audience & popularity with her fluent swahili lyricism, mellow voice and soothing melodies.


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