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Jeremiah Abuga, popularly known as Yaro B was born in Mathare North, Raised in Dagoretti, and later in Kiserian. Yaro B is a Kenyan rapper, songwriter, and entertainer. He first realized I wanted to become a musician way back in 2012.

He started to take the rap thing seriously when he was in high school and throughout his high school journey, he just kept on practicing and practicing. Until completed his studies, and that’s when he decided to make his debut in the Kenyan Music industry with his first single “Trap That Shit” in 2019. He later ended up releasing two more singles “Euphoria” and “Nimerudi Tena(Freestyle)” respectively. Both with visuals.

We could say Yaro B music career, started to take a positive direction when Octopizzo brought him out on stage during the “FUEGO” Album launch, after that, he went on a tour with him. #UMECHUKUA campaign Tour. Which he shared the stage with artists like Mercy Masika, Sylvia Ssaru, and Octopizzo.

Aside from the tour, he has performed on different stages all over the country. He has gotten an opportunity to share a stage with some recognized Kenyan Artists… like Barak Jacuzzi,  Big Yasa, Phinoshey, Double Trouble.

ABUGAS(Always Believe U Good At Something) which is his EP,  is a project that he has been working on, for some time in his music career. In general, he talks about the things I go through in life, the importance of putting in work, believing in yourself even if you are the only one, not falling under peer pressure, and the pressure the industry comes with. the EP, which will drop on the 8th of July, 2022. So stay tuned guys.

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10 months ago

[…] Yaro B, is a rapper, songwriter, entertainer, and a very fun person to be around. So, when I was a toddler, as I’m always told, I really liked playing around.  So my aunt decided to give me the nickname Baba Yaro. Which is from a former  Nigerian footballer “Celestine BabaYaro”. That’s how the name “Yaro B” was made, and I also wanted a name that people can relate to, or be familiar with. […]

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