Which is your latest gadget?
A Nokia 6 phone.
How does it help you as an artiste?
Firstly, it makes it easy to manage all my social media platforms, communicate effectively and keeping in touch with my fans. It also makes it easy for me to share my art from one producer to another, taking videos and photos for my profile.
What do you love about it?
It got enough space to help in recording video clips, especially during street performances. It also has a long battery life that helps in keeping me connected with the outside world.
What’s the gadget you wouldn’t trade for anything?
For now, until I am able to upgrade to a better one, I can’t give up on my phone.
Your worst gadget ever and why?
My first phone, a Nokia 2310. It’s no-Internet status and the limited storage capacity with no option of an SD card extension was too annoying. I couldn’t store anything on it.
Which is your most expensive gadget and how much did it cost?
My Dell computer. I coughed up some Sh50,000. It was quite an amount for me.
Which gadget do you use the most and why?
It’s definitely my phone. It is easily accessible, portable and user friendly.
Which app do you use mostly on your phone and why?
WhatsApp. It helps me to frequently communicate with my fans, supporters and family.
What would you be if you were a gadget?
A mobile phone; not to be left, but always be carried away and to allow pop-up texts to preach love to all who use me.
The gadget you can’t live without and why?
The mobile phone. It makes me feel closer to people who are far from me. Communication is key.
What would you choose to upgrade among your gadgets and why?
My Dell laptop to an Apple one. I feel I need some more efficiency and one that would be able to run heavy software.
While shopping for gadgets, do you look for brands or the output?
Output is what I consider for brands may fail to hold what you want to achieve.
The gadget you always wish you had.
An Apple laptop.