It's been 17 years since you left us-Nameless pens down heartfelt tribute to Late E-sir

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It's been 17 years since your left us-Nameless pens down heartfelt tribute to the Late E-sir

Singer David Mathenge aka Nameless has penned down a heartfelt tribute to the late Issa Mmari alias E-sir as the world marks 17 years since his death.

In his message,the Rudi Nyumbani hit-maker remembered E-Sir as an artiste who was able to understand the Kenyan music industry very fast and achieved a lot within a very short period.

Nameless also saluted E-sir for impacting his life positively for the years they worked together.

Missing you bro

"If only😪... Missing you bro.Today it's been 17years since your left us with your inspiring legacy!! You understood synergy at a very young age. You understood the market very first, you understood your gifts and passion and used them well. You achieved your purpose and your spirit lives as you continue to inspire new generations. your spirit energy was about love and thats why people love you so much. As I continue to evolve I begin to understand your role in my life. Thank you for being part of my inspiration.🙏🏿💪🏾👊🏾 #LegendsNeverDie #RememberingEsir17yearsON @isahmmari ... Hiyo tweng sijui ilitoka wapi🤔 ama ni juu tulikuwa tunapromote states tour🤦🏽‍♂️. Alafu kimbele yangu ya kuannounce Album ya Esir before consulting 🤦🏽‍♂️🙊.. nothing but love.💯♥️," shared Nameless.

Fatal Road accident

The late E-Sir passed on back in 2003 following a fatal Road accident. He died at a young age just when he was storming the Kenyan hip hop scene with hit songs that saw him win four categories in the 2003 Kisima Music Awards. Namelss survived the accident that claimed E-Sir's life.

He was on his way back from a concert in Nakuru town, where he had gone to promote some of his songs. Issa first stormed the music scene with his 2001 hit song, Jo. 17 years later, E-Sir still lives on through his music.


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