Agundabweni Akweyu

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Agundabweni Akweyu
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Agundabweni in 2018
Born (1980-10-20) October 20, 1980 (age 38)
Kenya
ResidenceNairobi, Kenya
Occupation
  • Record producer
  • businessman
  • arranger
  • composer
  • songwriter
  • entrepreneur
  • audio engineer
Years active2010 (2010)–present
Spouse(s)
Evelyn Wanjiru (m. 2012)
AwardsXtreem Awards 2016 Audio producer of the year
Musical career
GenresVarious
InstrumentsPiano, Acoustic Guitar, bass Guitar
LabelsBwenieve
Websitebwenieve.com

Agundabweni Akweyu (also known Agunda) is Kenyan born record producer,founder of record label Bwenieve, arranger, composer, songwriter, entrepreneur, audio engineer and a husband to a renown Kenyan gospel musician Evelyn Wanjiru .Based in Nairobi Kenya he is best known for producing hit songs for both established and uprising musicians as shown below, his unique style of production has seen a turn around in Kenyan gospel music in away that more musicians aspire to work with him.

Production discography[edit]

Singles[edit]

Artist Songs
Evelyn Wanjiru Mungu Mkuu[1]

Waweza[2]

Nikufahamu[3]

Tulia[4]

Matendo[5]

Niongoze[6]

Sawa[7]

Mercy Masika,Evelyn & Emmy Subiri[8]
Gloria Muliro Narudisha[9]
Size 8 I cant Imagine[10]

Mwambie[10]

Tembalami(Zimbabwe) Sawa[11]
Emmy Kosgei Taai[12]

Mama

Kambua Anatimiza[13]
Tumaini Calvary[14]

Makuu[15]

Annastacia Mukabwa Record Breaker[16]
Praise Makena Mungu yu Mwema[17]

Albums

Artist Album Year
Evelyn Wanjiru Waweza

Mungu Mkuu

Matendo

2012

2014

2016

Praise Makena Mungu yu Mwema 2013
Vicky Kitonga Amenikumbuka 2015

Awards[edit]

Year Award Details Results
2016 Xtreem Awards Producer of the year[18] Won
2016 Xtreem awards Producer of the year Nominated

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mkuu, Mungu. "Nairobi News".
  2. ^ "[Audio] Gospel singer narrated how post election violence ruined her life". The Star, Kenya. Retrieved 2017-07-30.
  3. ^ News Paper, Nation. "afrima nomination".
  4. ^ awards winners, groove 2016. "All African".
  5. ^ Zawadi, Jane (2017-05-04). "Groove Awards 2017: The complete nominees list - Zipo.co.ke". Zipo.co.ke. Retrieved 2017-07-30.
  6. ^ Evelyn Wanjiru Music (2017-03-31), Evelyn Wanjiru - Niongoze "Lead Me" (Official Video), retrieved 2017-07-30
  7. ^ Team, Editorial (2017-07-22). "Evelyn Wanjiru Releases A New Hit Dubbed "SAWA" Featuring Tembalami - Hallelujah". Hallelujah. Retrieved 2017-07-30.
  8. ^ group, standard media. "Mercy Masika ,Emmy Kosgei and Evelyn Wanjiru:Gospel trio dawns with Subiri". KTN News. Retrieved 2018-01-05.
  9. ^ Muliro, Gloria. "The Star".
  10. ^ a b Samora, Javan. "Size 8's huge surprise for her fans on Saba Saba day". Tuko.co.ke - Kenya news. Retrieved 2017-07-30.
  11. ^ "Tembalami goes for international market | The Herald". www.herald.co.zw. Retrieved 2017-07-30.
  12. ^ Kosgei, Emmy. "SDE".
  13. ^ Kambua. "Tuko".
  14. ^ BWENIEVE (2015-12-25), CALVARY by Tumaini (Official Video), retrieved 2017-07-30
  15. ^ BWENIEVE (2017-02-08), Makuu By Tumaini ft Martha Mwaipaja, retrieved 2017-07-30
  16. ^ BWENIEVE (2016-09-03), Annastacia Mukabwa - Record Breaker (Official Music Video) hd, retrieved 2017-07-30
  17. ^ BWENIEVE (2013-11-25), MUNGU YU MWEMA by Praise Makena.mp4, retrieved 2017-07-30
  18. ^ Producer, audio. "xtreem awards".

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