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I wanted to quit music and go stay in Canada - Guardian Angel reveals

Singer Guardian Angel (Instagram)

Gospel Singer Audiphaxad Peter Omwaka popularly known as Guardian Angel has revealed that in 2017, things got tough in his music career to a point he was contemplating quitting music and move to Canada.

Speaking in an Exclusive Interview with Pulselive.co.ke, Guardian explained that after 7 years into the music industry and yet he had not gotten the breakthrough he expected and thought of quitting music and go stay in Canada with his mother.

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“You after being in the industry for some time, felt like things had not picked up the way I wanted so I taught of quitting music and go to Canada where my mother stays, because a times you have a name but still struggling to meet your basic things kama kulipa rent, but before I could settle on what next I prayed to God as asked for one more song, saying to myself if this doesn’t work, then I call it quits. In September 2017, I released Nadeka and surprisingly it landed on a very good reception. At the same time I met Mike Mutenyo who is know my manager and he promised to help me push my brand to the next level. And since then things have been working out perfectly well” said Guardian Angel.

 The 2018 artiste of the year and one of the most gifted musicians in Kenya, also opened up about his life as a street Kid at the age of 9 years.

The Nadeka hit maker narrated that while growing up as a kid, at one time he ended up on the streets after life at home became hard with his mother as the sole provider for the family.

“Unajua life ilikuwa ngumu kiasi na hiyo time ndo alikuwa tu solo-provider, so seeing that I decided kutoka home. While on the streets, I was arrested and taken to an approved school, where he spend almost a year. so kuna siku they asked if kuna wale wanajua where their parents, to speak put so that they can be reconciled by their family. I took that chance I took them to Kibera where mum was staying and then after I was taken to a juvenile court and allowed to go home. It took me sometime to adapt to the society and then after I went back to school” said Guardian Angel.

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Mercedes Benz

During the Interview, Guardian also mentioned that growing up, his dream car was a Mercedes Benz, and he is so thankful that he has been blessed enough to Drive a Blue Mercedes Benz.

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