After a 3 year hiatus to chase their individual careers, Amos and Josh reunite for a whole new catalog.
Amos and Josh is no new name in the music industry. The two-man group has had a couple of big ‘ones’ under their belt and a couple of major features to boot. The duo’s career has seen the two produce tracks like ‘Moto Moto’ and ‘Heri Tuachane’. The duo has featured on King Kaka’s ‘Baadaye’ and ‘Promised Land’.
This timely reunion comes as the anniversary of their duo’s late producer, Bruce Odhiambo. The legendary producer and manager passed away in 2019. The Tusker Project Fame duo admitted the untimely death of their mentor, took a toll on their music thus prolonging the separation of the brilliant music duo.
In honor of their late producer and mentor, Josh and Amos reunite dropping 4 new tracks. Celebrating Bruce’s birthday which was to be on the 6th of September, Amos and Josh released ‘Sherehe,’ ‘Ringa’, ‘Happy Birthday’, and ‘695’ featuring The Kansoul.
“One of the reasons we completely separated was after our mentor music producer Bruce Odhiambo died. We were lost and did not know how to move on together. We are both born-again. I was lost but now I am back to church. We are determined to do music that cuts across religions and brings people together,” Josh said in the Nairobiwire.
This article was first posted on Mdundo.