I think it is now a given that we need to ‘synonymize’ Vicmass LuoDollar to the term ‘hustler’, forget The Kenyan Deputy President type of ‘hustle’ but a true, legit hustle like what Vicmass LuoDollar did that brought him where he is right now. His blood, sweat and tears shone light his dream of becoming an entertainer in the music industry and that he has been.
What many don’t know is that Vicmass LuoDollar used to a hawker in Kisumu and while doing that he managed to stash a whole lot of cash to enable him to afford a studio session and his hit record ‘Bank Otuch’ got massive attention because of his unique style in the music industry which even got attention from Kibera’s finest rapper Octopizzo and he was even seen dancing and jamming to the song ‘Bank Otuch’ and even promised to release the remix of the song which is bound to drop soon enough than you expected.
Vicmass LuoDollar back in the ‘hustling’ days
Octopizzo wrote this about Vicmass LuoDollar:
“I’ve seen this kid Grow from the streets of Kisumu since 2010 ,hawking biscuits and sweets under the hot Sun ,saved money to get into the studio and record songs without any help,fight his way to mainstream media without any gofathers Am proud to say that he’ll be under my management and we’ll be dropping #BANKOTUCH Remix video Tomorrow! Am proud of you @vicmassluodollar It’s your time to take over. #PREZIDENTIAL #empowerment #liveauthentic #photooftheday #instagood #inspired #staylit#8”
Vicmass LuoDollar has really come from far and his arrival in the music scene has never been well accepted by the musical enthusiasts and fans in Kenya and abroad and he is surely on the right path to musical success which he’s currently enjoying.
LuoDollar with Octopizzo back in the day
Vicmass LuoDollar with Octopizzo today