Frasha, famously known to be a Key Brain-child behind Kenyan’s one of most recognized Hip-Hop Group, P-Unit together with Gabu and Bon-Eye.
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Fondly known to those close to him as “Dakitare” for being a trained Physiotherapist, Frashareal name is Francis Amisi.
Frasha grew up in Athi River on the outskirts of Nairobi and have been childhood friend with Bon’eye, who together decided to pursue their childhood dreams of being re-known musicians, where they recorded a few tracks together as Bonie and Frasha before teaming up with Gabu to form the group P-UNIT. Later as a professional physiotherapist who graduated from Kenya Medical Training College and worked with the Aga Khan Hospital until 2011 before he quit his high-flying job to concentrate on his music career.
Frasha went to Machakos Boys High School aka MacBee and the later enrolled at the Kenya Medical Training College (KMTC) in 1999 – 2002.
Frasha is a married father to Maggie and together they have being blessed with three children; two girls Shirleen and Esther and the last born, a boy .
Frasha not only does he loves to his day with a jog but also is a football fanatic who was an accomplished footballer and played for various clubs including East African Portland Cement, Kenyatta Hospital Football Club and ImaraDaima Football Club
Frasha together with his crew released the album WagengeHao in 2010; recorded at Decimal media by Erik Musyoka having 17 tracks most notably “Kare” (stylized KArE), “HapaKule”, “Una” with DNA, “JuuTu Sana”, “KushotoKulia”, and “Si lazima” with the last two featuring Nonini.They released a song “Gentleman” with Sauti Sol in late 2011 produced by R-Kay. In the year 2012 they released one of the biggest hits “You guy (DatDendai)” produced by Decimal’s “Erik Musyoka” featuring Collo. The video was released later and was reportedly banned by Citizen TV for being too explicit. They released a new single “Mobimba” in March 2013 which features AliciosTheluji. They have since released a number of other singles including “Love” a kwaito inspired song in 2014 whose video was shot in South Africa and was released on Valentine’s day and “WekaWeka” which introduced a new concept of music distribution by fans paying KES. 20 to download and listen to the song before the mainstream release.
Frasha with P-Unit crew have bagged awards along the way like in 2007 they won Chaguo La Teeniez Awards – Best Group, Best Song and Best Collaboration with their song Si Lazima, also bagged in 2007 and 2008 a Kisima Music award for Boomba Group and Best Collaboration with DNA.
1. Frasha currently serves as a budget committee member at the Music Copyright Society of Kenya, a seat he clinched last year
2. He and Bon’eye decided to pursue their childhood dreams of being re-known musicians, they recorded a few tracks together as Bonie and Frasha before teaming up with Gabu to form the group P-UNIT.
3. After forming the group P-Unit, he used to hide his face in their music videos because he felt that his patients would not be very comfortable with him singing
4. Frasha used to work at the Aga Khan Hospital as a Physiotherapist until 2011.
5. He quit his high-flying job at Aga Khan Hospital to after which he opted to concentrate on his music career.
6. He is a married family man with two kids; two girls.
7. He practices potato farming and has a green house where he grows other types of vegetables.