Artists flock studio to record amid subsidized charges

A Bungoma audio producer is awed by long queues at his studio, after he offered to record musicians at subsidized prices.

Psalms Studio, located at Nalondo market in Kabuchai Constituency, is witnessing an influx of musicians from as far as Kitale, Eldoret and the entire western region.

“For me I don’t put money ahead of anything else; instead I want to nurture youths and help our musicians realize their dreams,” noted Samwel Wangila, Chief Producer at Psalms Studio. 

“I noticed we have a lot of artists with written songs but have never had a date with any producer. That’s why I offered to record their work at affordable prices,” he added.

On Thursday 5th January 2023, the studio operated outside normal working hours to accommodate the numerous singers.

“I always record with Psalms Studio not just because of the relatively low charges but the quality of his production and professional sessions,” observed a top Luhya gospel singer who requested to remain anonymous because he wants to catch his followers by surprise with the new hit he had come to record.

Further, the producer said “we have produced work for some notable artists such as Uncle Nico, Anastasia Mukabwa, Hillary Ashihundu among many others. We produce all genres of music. Anyone can reach me on 0706503838 for booking and guidance.”

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