Matata is in mourning once their gifted record producer, Pink Otshabala Zola real name Mark Mick Okoth’s death.
The late Pink Zola was the person behind various hit records within the Gengetone genre like ‘Gengetone Love’, ‘Rivas’, ‘Kata’, ‘Ruracio’, and ‘Bad Manners (Haitaki Hasira)’ by Gwaash. The 24-year-old Pink Zola succumbed to RBC anemia.
Zola’s ending has hit the music business exhausting particularly since his career as a record producer was simply coming out in the thought music business.
Among the numerous artistes and fanatics who’ve been greatly surprised via way of means of the information of the surprising passing of one of the maximum sought-after file manufacturers withinside the Kenyan tune enterprise, Matata tune organization is one which has been hit tough with the information.
Matata took to social media to verify the demise of Pink Zola and have a good time his fulfillment withinside the tune enterprise as a tune manufacturer.
“It is with deep unhappiness we announce the surprising demise of our manufacturer Mark Mick Okoth aka Pink.
He changed into the manufacturer in the back of Kata, Ruracio, Gengetone Love, gwash/kanali Haitaki Hasira, Luchi famous person Rivas and lots of different songs.
Our hearts pain as we attempt to return back to phrases together along with his surprising demise,” Matata wrote in element of their social media post.