Singer D Rush has rubbished claims that his music rides on his father’s fame. The Mombasa-based artiste, known for his hit Maisha, says that he might have inherited his music talent from his dad (the late Prof Naaman of Nine Stars), but he works hard to achieve what he has in the short time he has been in the industry.
Talking to Spice, D Rush said that if it wasn’t for his commitment and dedication, his talent could have been nothing.
“I can’t deny the fact that my dad was a popular musician and that I could have inherited talent from him, but that does not in any way impress that I don’t work hard in making this talent a reality. My dad influenced me into loving music, but I am a dedicated artiste who is looking beyond fame and money. I intend to use this talent to grow others in making their dreams a reality as well,” he said. His other songs include Natty Gyal, Nashindwa and Bila Wewe, among others.