SINGER ALIVYA TALKS LIFE IN KENYA, HER LOVE FOR SINGING, AND AFRICAN CULTURE...

Mistah Wilson: Greetings, Alivya! We are honored to have you here with us for this exclusive interview withThaWilsonBlock Magazine. How ya' been?

ALIVYA: Great, I have been good , am grateful and honored to be here with you, too.
Mistah Wilson: So our audience can get a better understanding of you, could you give us a quick background on yourself?
ALIVYA: I was born and raised in Kenya, was raised by a single mother, it was me, my mother and my brother. Growing up was not an easy journey, I faced everything from having both my mother and brother sick and having to take care of them, to lack of finances but one thing was for sure, whenever my mum was healthy and on her two feet , I knew me and my brother would be fed, she is a very strong woman, and she always taught me to be strong. I found peace in song writing and singing , I joined the youths choir at 11 years and the praise and worship team , and I sang among 25 year olds. I participated in music and drama clubs and we toured the country and performed in many festivals and wrote my first song when I was 11...

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