Amount Of Money Samidoh Charges For A Single Event

Samuel Muchoki (Samidoh) is a Kikuyu musician who doubles up as a police officer.

He has revolutionised mũgithi music in the country. The musician, born in Subukia, Nakuru county, was introduced into the music industry by his brother Kariz Magic, who also sings mũgithi.

Samidoh is married to Edith Nderitu but has been dating popular Kenyan politician Karen Nyamu and sired a child with her. His hits include Murata wa Ngai, Ndiri Mutwe, Mumbi and Wendo Maguta. His charges for a one-hour show range between US$1680 ( Sh 200,000) and US$ 2,520 (Sh 300,000). Samidoh was one of the artists hired by the Azimio la Umoja One Kenya Coalition Party led by Raila Odinga to perform at its rallies during the 2022 campaigns.

Samidoh Age

Samidoh was born in the late ’80s or early ’90s. His exact age is still under review and will be updated soon.

Samidoh Family

Samidoh was brought up by a humble family in Subukia, while stile young his father died and soon after his mother and five brothers were kicked from their Subukia home by their father’s brothers which led them to settle in Nyandarua County

Shortly after he joined form one Sam lost his mother and his life was really affected by his as he sings in his song ‘Niwathire Naihenya’.

Samidoh Wife | Children |

Samidoh is married to Edith Muchoki, he married his first love who he first sang about, and together they have two kids

Samidoh Secret To Success | Interview

Samidoh concedes that despite the fact that he has not been in Kikuyu music sufficiently long to warrant him the sort of excellent achievement that he prides in today, it hasn’t been that easy for him and there have been many ups and downs for him throughout his career

“I can reveal to you that most people just came to catch wind of me in 2016 in the wake of discharging my first collection ‘Ndiri Mutwe Mwega’ (I am Mad). In any case, I have actually been in and out this industry since 2009 in the wake of finishing secondary school the earlier year,” He disclosed to Inooro FM’s Jeff Kuria in an ongoing meeting.

Samuel Muchoki a vocation Administration Police official as of now situated in Athi River, adds that his adventure to music fame was not ‘sudden’ as it included ups and downs.

Some of the things that have helped sam with his journey to where he is now include;

1. Catchy musical themes

The ‘Murata Wa Ngai’ (Friend of God) singer, says that when composing the songs, he likes to focus on themes that he knows are popular with his target audience and will reflet well with what is happening in the society.

“This kind of focus blended with some artistic creativity often doesn’t end badly for the artist. For instance, themes like love are things that will never fail to arouse interest among human beings,” he notes.

2. Humility

When you allow yourself to get drunk with fame and money, Samuel warns, your downfall becomes a matter of when and not if.

As such, Muchoki who has vowed to continue working as a policeman for the next foreseeable future, he is relactant and id not willing to quit anytime soon, says humility before God and people will bring you unmeasured success.

3. Patience

With all his three consecutive albums being really successful, the Subukia-born artiste says that these are fruits of patience more than anything else.