Juliani took a rare interview with Eleza to share what they are good at cooking.
He says Lillian makes the best cup of hot chocolate while he is good at making chapatis and believes that's what holding his relationship.
"I'm the best chapo whisperer, manze bro chapo zangu! And I do everything in 30 minutes - 30 chapos in 30 minutes na hiyoni from kukanda [from kneading the dough]. Niliambia wife ile siku nitamsho hiyo siri [I told my wife I'll never share my secret to doing it]... chapo ndio the only thing inahold hiyo relationship.
"And she has a way she makes hot chocolate, hakuna hoteli ishaimake." (I've never had such in any restaurant) he added.
Juliani's advice to upcoming artistes
At the same time, Juliani talked about his music career saying his consistency is what has kept him relevant to date.
"Don't discredit yourself, because when I look at my career, from where I started to now my fourth album, and the amazing things I've done so far, the only constant thing is I kept telling myself to go for it," he said.
"I had no clue what I was doing but I had the courage to listen to that voice and the courage to boldly take that step.
"At some point in your career, you think you need to do certain things to fit in or to be accepted, but after 4 or five years of connecting with people I realised kumbe I was contributing to that space just by being myself."
He advised the younger generation to run after their dreams with or without the support.
"Sikupatii collabo, una ufala! That's what everybody starting out asks for. Ati 'Nirushie kacollabo'... No. You have all it takes, I only know about mine, I don't know about yours. I don't know your journey, struggles or ambitions. Probably your talent is way bigger than mine so show us."