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Producer Magix Enga relocates to Eldoret, set for comeback

Musician and producer Magix Enga has officially announced his comeback to the music scene, signaling an end to what he describes as tough times.

Taking to his social media platforms, Magix Enga expressed gratitude for overcoming his challenges, stating:

“Back from the shadows, stronger than ever. Mungu Wangu Hujainiangusha 🙏.”

He assured his fans to anticipate top-tier music as he returns to the studios.

Acknowledging the unwavering support he received during his hiatus, Magix Enga extended his appreciation to individuals and entities who stood by him, including Willy M Tuva, Asila Bunny, Nebert Nebo, Big Afrique Studios.

He also thanked his friends and fans for their continued support, declaring, “Enga is back ‼️ Time to create some epic timeless music.”

In a notable shift, Magix Enga revealed his relocation to Eldoret, emphasizing the importance of the newfound community’s support in his journey back to the limelight.

“As I step back into the limelight, I carry with me the support of an incredible team and the unwavering belief of my new hometown: Eldoret. Together, we’ll write a story of resilience, redemption, and gratitude,” he said.

In December 2022, a video of Magix Enga circulated on social media, sparking concerns among fans about his declining health.

Some individuals who addressed Enga’s situation urged him to reconcile with people he might have overlooked during his successful career in the music industry.

Motif The Don, a fellow producer, emphasized the need for collaboration and unity among producers rather than engaging in conflicts.
He expressed hope that Magix Enga would seek help and overcome the challenges he was facing.

“I do not know if those artists he worked with have reached out. There was a song that I did, and it was banned; he was against my work at that time and he really blasted me.

As producers, we need to collaborate and work together rather than fighting each other. He is the one who started issues. I reached out to him after that, but he was not remorseful. I pray he gets help and comes out of the place he is in right now,” Motif The Don said.

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