The artist who shot to regional fame after the release of his song ‘Kigeugeu’ has signed a music distribution deal with Mtech Kenya.
Jaguar’s name has been gaining momentum in the region since the release of his hit song and he has steadily risen to a major artist worthy of mention among heavyweights in the continent.
The Kigeugeu singer recently toured Burundi to an arousing reception from fans to the shock of many signaling that his music had indeed transcended borders and his days as just another Kenyan artist were long gone.
Jaguar’s management revealed to Showbiz Uganda that he was looking at extending his fan base to West and Southern Africa and Mtech who have presence and influence in those regions were the right people to work with.
Following the inking of this deal Jaguar may soon be hitting the studio with Nigeria’s and Africa’s biggest rapper Ice Prince who is fresh from winning a BET Award for his exploits in the African rap scene.
Mtech was part of the team that saw the rise of Camp Mulla and played a role in bringing in Africa’s video big shot Clarence Peters who directed some of the group’s smash hit videos.
According to Mtech’s assistant CEO, Shiro Mwendwa, Jaguar’s music has penetrated into Southern Africa especially Zambia where he already has a fan base. “Mtech has presence in Zambia and we are glad that we are finally able to deliver Kigeugeu and other hits to his fans in that part of the continent” she adds.
Jaguar joins other artists such as Wyre, P Unit, Kidum , Ugandan Radio and Weasel, Female rapper Keko , Eko Dida, Victoria Kimani, Nigeria’s Ice Prince , Bracket, Jay Martin, M.I, P Square, Flavour all currently working with Mtech.