It appears the chemistry between singers Otile Brown and Sanaipei Tande was not only onscreen but also off the cameras.
This is according to Otile Brown, who says that a romantic relationship was starting to brew between him and Sanaipei but his ex-lover, unfortunately, came back to the picture before anything fruitful matured.
According to Otile, Sanaipei is a very beautiful woman and he holds to her for being an instrumental pillar in his music career.
“We have the best chemistry, that is my sister men, but she is a fine lady, ni mrembo sana and all that. But I believe right now ana mtu wake mimi nina mtu wangu…
By the way, this was to happen ever since Chaguo la Moyo, if I didn’t link up with my ex there was something kind of happening between me and her. It was starting but it didn’t really work because my ex came in, you understand. She is a very special person to me,” – Otile Brown on Sanaipei Tande
Otile Brown says that he is still with his Ethiopian girlfriend and the two of them are doing well.
Otile Brown’s hit song Chaguo la Moyo featuring Sanaipei Tande released in April 2018, still holds the record of the most-watched Kenyan video song on YouTube with over 20.2 million views.
Away from home, Otile has been ranked as the most-watched Kenyan musician on YouTube by America’s Billboard Chart.
The popular digital charting award schemes platform in the United States, last week released the ranking list of the most-watched homegrown musicians in 11 African countries which included Kenya.
The ranking was based on a year of local YouTube views between May 2019 and May 2020.
Within that period, the 26-year-old who dropped his first album titled ‘Just in Love’ racked animpressive 27.88 million views from his music videos uploaded on YouTube.