The Star (Nairobi)

23 November 2012

Kenya: U.S Singer Faulkner Talks About Kambua Collabo

American gospel singer Antony Faulkner, who is set to have a Christmas concert in Nairobi, has talked about his music collaborations with Kambua.

Anthony told Word Is, "We have recorded two songs and we are in the process of a third. The second song is called Inua Mikono Yako, and the third song is not yet named but R Kay will produce it. Inua Mikono Yako was recorded in both Houston, Texas and in Nairobi. The first song was It Starts With You."

The music videos will be "shot out of Kenya. We are finalising details now for two of the three. I wish to wait before releasing the details. We are locking down all of the locations. My videographer Jimreel of Uganda will be filming the two videos."

Anthony recently launched the Faulkner Foundation Scholarship for students. It supports By Grace Babies Home and currently sponsors a student attending Moi University.

"My fuel for starting a foundation has always been in my heart to do, but it was not until my last visit that I had lunch with Pastor Martin Ssuna, that he brought up the idea, and I laughed because it was already on my list of goals to accomplish," Anthony said.

"So it was an extra push to get things moving forward with the foundation. I have travelled all over the world and it is very important to me that our youth are taken care of, inspired, and given the tools needed to be successful! I aspire to make a difference with my life by giving back, and this is just another way I can do it."

Antony will be in Nairobi on December 16 for a Christmas concert at Embassy Cinema. Gate charges are Sh200 normal, Sh500 VIP and Sh1,000 VVIP.

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