Whooping Ksh5 Million!!! Mr. Seed’s new Album cost.
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Mr Seed, the Gospel musician has claimed that his recently launched album, Black Child cost him a whopping Sh5 million.
He explained that the cost was elevated by multiple things that are required to create including outsourcing producers, paid trips out of town and other incidental costs.
“It has not been less than Sh5 million. I started creating this album last year and also this album had a lot of trips outside Nairobi. I would spend a whole week away with the team. We spend, we work, we think… you know all those things. So, if you put together the whole process of making an album, working with different producers, doing videos. Honestly, there is just a lot of things that happened,” he said.
The album has gotten tremendous support from his fans, garnering over 200,000 streams in just a week. Mr. Seed celebrated his achievement via social media and appreciated everyone who was involved in the album making.
“200,000 STREAMS in One Week!!! It is nothing but a dream; when my “friends “said I was done, dead gone and buried musically, GOD saw a NEW Mr Seed. He gave me new songs, new ideas, new fans who have supported me without expecting nothing in return. May my journey be more of a testimony to anyone out there trying to succeed in his/her area of expertise,” he wrote.
Mr. Seed attributes his inspiration to the African culture and aims at making music that will communicate effectively to his fans who are largely in Kenya.