“I thought I would not go back to music since I had completely lost my voice,” he reveals.
“However, God is faithful and has done wonders to me, i got my voice a mellow one and later a better voice,” he added.
“Despite not being my original voice I use to rock the entertainment industry with, I can’t stop thanking the Almighty for keeping me alive,” he disclosed.
The joyous artist and Bongo flava star Omar Faraji Nyembo aka Ommy Dimpoz noted that 2018 was the most trying moment for him with very strong tribulations that he thought he would never overcome.
Throat related illnesses
“I went through big and most sophisticated health repercussions, various medical examinations and a replacement of my esophagus,” he said.
It is with that reason that Ommy Dimpoz chose to come out with a gospel song Ni wewe to that the Almighty for making it a score for him.
[Ommy Dimpoz. Photo/Courtesy].
“After all the tribulations, heartbreaking encounter and tough experiences, I could not go back to the entertainment scene without thanking my Creator, that’s why I dropped ‘Ni wewe,” He noted.
Ommy Dimpoz sees 2019 on fire as he drops hit songs back to back among them Rockstar.
He says 2019 is the year to reclaim his name in the entertainment scene.
He has done various collaborations with Tanzanian star Ali Kiba of the ‘King Kiba’ label.
He is working towards filling the gap and giving his audience the proper doze they have missed.
He says he loves Kenya and soon he will be on a music tour in the country treating his diehard fans to the best music shows.
[Ommy Dimpoz (R) with Mombasa Governor Ali Hassan Joho (L). Photo/Courtesy].
Dimpoz, the Baadaye and Kajiandae hits maker reveals that he loves spending time with people above his age to learn life experiences and tactics to overcome challenges.
The top Bongo flava Superstar respects all people.
“Life is about opportunities, challenges, focus and goals, pursue what you want and you will thank me later,” he said.