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  • Real name: Lucas Mkenda
  • Stage name: Mr. Nice with a networth of $0.1M
  • Date of birth: 1st January 1978
  • Mr. Nice Zodiac Sign: Aquarius
  • Mr. Nice's Age: 46 years old as of Jul 2024
  • Social Media: Youtube Instagram Facebook Twitter Tiktok
  • Website: https://homekazi.co.ke/celebs/bio/mrnice
  • Gender: Male
  • Nationality: Tanzania and Tribe/Birth place is Moshi Tribe
  • Education: Graduate - and Career/Profession is Musician/song writer/Rapper
Mr. Nice's Biography in Summary

Mr. Nice, Lucas Mkenda, is one of the most decorated singers in East Africa, Africa, and even the world. He was born in Tanzania and holds Tanzanian citizenship. Mr. Nice used to take over our social media platforms with his catchy songs and melodious voice.
He kept releasing hit after hit. Among his many hits are 'Kuku kapanda baiskeli,' 'First Lady,' 'Fagilia,' 'Kila Mtu na Demu Yake,' and many more. During his time with Dudubaya as his main opponent, he was the best singer. Despite the close competition, Mr. Nice was unbeatable because he was far above the music industry's standard.

He is comparable to Diamond Platnumz of this era, who is widely regarded as the best musician in East Africa, if not the entire African continent. Some argue that the Wasafi Corporation Baby (WCB) boss is losing his music kingpin to Uganda's Jose Chameleon and Kenya's Otile Brown, who are gaining momentum in the global market.
Mr. Nice was all glory until his unfortunate fate robbed him of everything he had and ever dreamed of. Previously, the musician would wallow in his wealth and spend his money on friends and women.

Mr Nice was the arch-musical-enemy of Dudu Baya during their time

Mr. Nice, like Jose Chameleon, is a celebrity who never forgot his friends after rising to fame and always made sure to give them a nice treat. Unfortunately, his friends abandoned him when he needed them the most.
It all started with his trip to South Africa to pursue his music career. He signed with a recording company in South Africa, but things did not go as planned. His relationship with the company soured, and he was thrown out on the streets.

He claimed that the recording company was attempting to dupe him, and that when he became aggressive in fighting for his rights, they threw him out on the streets and terminated his contract.

Lucas was eventually deported from South Africa to his native country. His situation deteriorated while in Tanzania, as he struggled to feed himself and his family. He began looking for work and was hired as a'mtu wa mjengo' at a building construction site. A photo of him taken at the site without his knowledge went viral on social media, sparking rumors that he was bankrupt.
The singer, on the other hand, denied the claims in public via his social media accounts. Later, when he appealed to his fellow Tanzanian musicians for assistance, it became clear that he required financial assistance.


His cries, like Rose Muhando's, fell on deaf ears, and no one came to his aid. 

Mr. Nice and Rose Muhando both accused the Tanzanian artists of abandoning their fallen colleagues and never assisting them to rise again. Muhando also ran to Kenya for help and later appreciated its citizens and leadership through a viral song titled 'Ulindwe Kenya'.

After a while, Lukas Mkenda became seriously ill and nearly died as a result of typhoid. During that time, rumors about Mr. Nice's death spread like wildfire. He made another public appearance and denied the rumors, confirming his survival. He went on to say that the rumors were spread by his enemies, who wished him death and never wanted him to rise again.

Mr. Nice later left Tanzania for Kenya, where he currently resides. 

With the money he had saved and the assistance of his Kenyan and East African friends, he was able to establish a recording studio in Kitengela, which is still in operation.


Two of his friends who assisted him at the time were Charles Njagua, also known as Jaguar, and Jose Chameleon. The two, particularly Jaguar, were not as wealthy as they are now.
Jaguar He has dedicated the company to nurturing upcoming artists and preventing them from going through what he did during his most difficult times.


Despite his advanced age, the senior music mentor maintains a youthful appearance. He doesn't look his age, but he's a great mentor who teaches from experience. Some of his most recent photos are shown below. 

Mr. Nice had a difficult time with his friends, whom he helped when he was still in glory, abandoning him. He tried to reach out to them for assistance, but they ignored him. He, like Rose Muhando, fled Tanzania, where he was mistreated, for Kenya.

Unlike Rose Muhando, who continues to visit Tanzania because of her businesses and the land she owns there, Mr. Nice has decided to stay in Kenya and make it his official residence in order to assist aspiring musicians in reaching their full potential.

Mr. Nice had a difficult time with his friends, whom he helped when he was still in glory, abandoning him. He tried to reach out to them for assistance, but they ignored him. He, like Rose Muhando, fled Tanzania, where he was mistreated, for Kenya.

Unlike Rose Muhando, who continues to visit Tanzania because of her businesses and the land she owns there, Mr. Nice has decided to stay in Kenya and make it his official residence in order to assist aspiring musicians in reaching their full potential.


 

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