Former Tatuu singer Angela Ndambuki has been appointed Vice Chairperson of Kenya Association of Music Producers (Kamp).
Angela was recently kicked out as Chief Executive Officer of the Kenya National Chamber Of Commerce and Industry (KNCCI) after just eight months in office.
She landed the new role on Tuesday and will serve for a a period of three years.
Angela promised to fight for the good of Kenyan artistes who are members of Kamp.
“I am honored to be appointed as Vice Chairperson of KAMP. It gives me the opportunity to share my experience and help grow the organization. I believe there are huge opportunities for the organization and I look forward to working with the Board and management team to strengthen our position in the Copyright industry for the benefit of all members,” she said.
Angela is a former member of the Kenyan trio band Tatuu that also included Angela Mwandanda and Debbie Asila. The band rose to fame 15 years ago with hits such as ‘Teso’, ‘Jua Lanyesha’.
Angela was among seven new directors who were elected to the positions during Kamp’s Annual General Meeting.
She previously served as the Chief Executive Officer at Performers Rights Society of Kenya (Prisk) and held a similar role at the Collective Management Organizations (CMO) tasked with the collection of royalities on behalf of local musicians.
Angela will deputize Anthony Karani who was appointed chair.