Broke producer Magix Enga prepares epic return to music scene

By , K24 Digital
On Thu, 8 Feb, 2024 11:14 | 2 mins read
Kenyan producer Magix Enga. PHOTO/Magix(@magix_enga)/Instagram
Kenyan producer Magix Enga. PHOTO/Magix(@magix_enga)/Instagram

Kenyan music producer Magix Enga is preparing a grand music comeback after facing financial constraints and a mental health crisis that led to a hiatus from his career.

Enga took to his official Instagram account to announce his comeback, expressing gratitude to those who stood by him during his difficult times.

"Back from the shadows, stronger than ever. Mungu Wangu Hujainiangusha 🙏 Thank you to everyone who never lost faith in me," Enga wrote.

He specifically acknowledged individuals and entities who supported him throughout his journey, including Kerry Lens, Willy M Tuva, Asila Bunny, Nebert Nebo, Big Afrique Studios, and DJ Sule.

The music maestro also extended special appreciation to his wife for her unwavering support.

"Massive big up to my friends and fans pia… mmekua mkiuliza Enga alienda wapi… Enga is back ‼️ Time to create some epic timeless music," Enga said.

The once-successful producer declared his readiness to make an impact in the music industry once again.

The father of one expressed his excitement for the opportunity to collaborate with his team in Eldoret.

"As I step back into the limelight, I carry with me the support of an incredible team and the unwavering belief of my new hometown: Eldoret. Together, we’ll write a story of resilience, redemption, and gratitude," Enga stated.

He also revealed he will be the newest music producer at Big Afrique Studios in Eldoret.

"Looking forward to what this new chapter brings and all the dope music we’ll get to create together," Enga concluded.

Broke Magix Enga appeals for help

Magix Enga grabbed attention when he opened up about his financial struggles and asked for help from Kenyans.

He shared that he was facing tough times and couldn't support himself and his family.

He reached out to President William Ruto, hoping for assistance.

"Right now I have a one-month-old baby boy who is depending on me. I tried to pull myself together but the studio I was working was shut down because of rent issues," Magix Enga lamented.

"Our president Dr. William Samoei Ruto I can urge you to please help me in whatever support you can starting from the music industry to my colleagues," he added.

Tuva helps Magix Enga

Recently, radio host Mzazi Willy M Tuva paid a visit to Magix Enga in Nakuru to offer support.

During the visit, they talked about Enga's challenges and brainstormed solutions.

"We went to see Magix Enga in Nakuru with Bunny Asila. Our goal is to revive his career. We met his family and friends, and even saw some talent on display. We discussed the issues and worked on finding ways to help," Tuva declared.