Fathermoh Bio, Age, Career, Girlfriend and Net Worth

Moses Otieno, famously known as Fathermoh is one of the best Kenyan artists pushing the “Gengetone” genre that defines the Kenyan music culture. The young talented artist is the brain behind numerous Kenyan hits like “Dai Dai, Kasikie Vibaya” and many more.

The Kenyan music culture was initially defined as “Ngenge” with artists like Jua Cali, Nonini, Mejja, and others dominating the genre. However, with the arrival of the new generation, the genre gained a new name as the young generation came with a different vibe but maintained the culture.

From “Ngenge” we went to “Gengetone”, a genre that earned a massive following attracting more youths to try a hand in the music industry.  Fathermoh was among the artists who rose to fame during the wave of Gengetone in 2018 coming as a member of the then famous group, Mbuzi Ngang.

In our feature, we tell the story of Moses Otieno the mastermind of numerous hits like “Kasikie Vibaya”

Fathermoh Age and Place of Birth

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He was born in 2002 in Nairobi County. He grew up in Nairobi starting his childhood in Dandora before his family relocated to Komarock in 2007.

Education Background

His education began in Nairobi where he attended his lower education level before joining Kisumu Onjiko High School. After high school, he decided to pursue a career in finance and joined college Kips College.

Fathermoh Career

The Kenyan-based musician didn’t earn what he has today in one night as he has walked a journey to become who he is today. Before joining the music industry,  he was a common hustler working as a hawker selling wear and snacks. His business targeted his fellow students since he did the business while still in college.

Joining Music

Fathermoh Bio
Mbuzi Gang [Photo/Courtesy]
His music career began when he was in High School participating in music and drama festivals. However, according to him, music was not a passion and he was only doing it for fun since music was not something he loved.

In 2018, two years after graduating from high school the “Ngengetone” genre hit the airwaves with different groups like Ethic coming up with bangers that all youths were vibing to.

This influenced him to start writing lines and trying them out. He wrote numerous songs but they were not attracting the masses since he didn’t have enough resources. He contacted Joefes who at the time was a member of “Mbuzi Ngang” and the group was doing great.