Boutross Munene emerges as a rising star in the realm of future drill music in Kenya, captivating audiences with both his musical prowess and candid discussions about his personal life. The young artist has not only delved into his experiences with relationships but has also provided insights into his journey in the music industry.
Boutross’s Musical Journey
This gifted musician gained widespread attention a year ago with the release of his hit song, “yeayea,” which has garnered an impressive 3 million views on YouTube. Describing his musical style as a fusion of “rap and sheng,” Boutross wears multiple hats as a chef, producer, and dancer. He honed his production skills through online platforms like YouTube, having been immersed in the world of music since childhood.
In an interview with Obinna, Boutross shared that his dream has always been to make a mark in the Kenyan music industry. He expressed satisfaction with the reception of his latest song, “Angela Baddie,” featuring his best friend. Remarkably, the song has amassed over 1.5 million views on YouTube within a month of its release.
Boutross Munene: Personal Life and Relationships
Boutross candidly discussed the challenges he faces in establishing a serious relationship, admitting that despite numerous attempts, he has encountered setbacks. His reluctance to commit stems from the demanding nature of relationships, requiring a level of commitment he currently finds challenging. At this point, he finds himself navigating between the beats and creating hit songs rather than settling down.
The artist also divulged his preference for older women, expressing an attraction to those who exude maturity and boast a curvaceous physique. In a bold declaration, Boutross openly admitted to having a crush on Azziad Nasenya, expressing a desire to take her on a date. This revelation adds an intriguing layer to Boutross Munene’s public persona, showcasing not only his musical talents but also his openness about personal matters.