- This being his eighth year since he officially entered into the music scene, King Koko Bee already has two albums.
- In his hit single, ‘I was Born’ he wishes not to forget his Kisii roots despite staying away from home for a long time.
- For now his focus is to sell his music locally even as he awaits his planned tour of Italy in less than five months.
His main focus is to bring back the reggae music vibe into the Kenyan scene, a fact that is evident in his hard lyrics associated with this music.
His love for the reggae culture evidently comes out in his long beard, thick, carefully tied dread locks and bright outfits, with his inspiration coming from some of the greatest reggae icons like Bob Marley, Peter Tosh and Culture.
But that is not the only identity Jospegter Ayienda alias King Koko Bee wishes to be remembered for, with his main focus being using messages in his music to revive the love for this music among the youth.
This being his eighth year since he officially entered into the music scene, King Koko Bee already has two albums, songs that he is in the process of re-launching.
His decision to re-record he says, is to re-invent music he had worked on earlier and hopefully improve levels of production quality thus attract more fans.
“One of the albums is ‘Genocide’ which has six singles including ‘Solution’, ‘Together’ and ‘Children’s Rights’, with three songs already out,” he adds.