Trio Mio a.k.a Mario Thanks Jesus what you did not know, real name, age background and music besides he will be performing this friday at Kasarani staduim, Azimio La Umoja national convention.

He belongs among Kenya’s A-list artists because of his flow and ease with which he drops bars, as well as his captivating voice. E-sir, a lyrical genius who died in his prime, is the reincarnation of Trio Mio. During the Covid-19 pandemic, when the country was on lockdown, the youngster rose to prominence. His hits were a nice break from Covid-19’s uncertainties. Prudence Minayo has provided the following bio for Trio Mio:


Mario TJ Kasela is his real name. Thanks Jesus is abbreviated as TJ. Irma Sakwa, the superstar’s mother, had a rough pregnancy and promised to thank God if her son was delivered without issues. To honor her pledge to God, she named her son ‘TJ.’

His brother bestowed the stage name Trio Mio on him. It is primarily composed of letters from his given name.

This year marks the 17th birthday of the gifted artist. On October 22, 2004, the lyrical genius was born.

He is the youngest of four siblings, with two boys and two daughters. TJ is the family’s youngest child. Even as he entered the music industry, his mother has always advised and encouraged him.


The singer grew up in Nairobi’s Umoja 1 estate. A single mother raised him. His mother, who also happens to be his manager, and he have an incredible bond. His mother is his biggest supporter, and they are close. She is adamant about assisting and guiding her younger son in his job and life. His older brother serves as a role model for him as well. TJ has always had his back and he has always been supportive of him.

If there’s one thing his past has taught him, it’s that he has a solid support system. As he navigates the chaotic music industry, he has individuals who are ready to guide and encourage him.
Life was not easy for him as a child, he claims. They had to fight for their daily bread at times, but he was confident that one day the stars will align and things would improve.
Trio Mio spoke warmly about his father in an interview with Light Art Club, adding that he inspired him when he was younger. He’d serenade him with Rhumba music, and a collaboration with his grandfather isn’t out of the question. His father used to be in a band, but he now lives in Tanzania.

Trio Mio spoke warmly about his father in an interview with Light Art Club, adding that he inspired him when he was younger. He’d serenade him with Rhumba music, and a collaboration with his grandfather isn’t out of the question. His father used to be in a band, but he now lives in Tanzania.

When asked what they want to be when they grow up, the majority of people say doctors, pilots, surgeons, and lawyers, among other professions. TJ, on the other hand, was not like that. While others would say this, he would just state that he aspired to be like Kaligraph Jones, the original. Khaligraph inspires him much, and he has referred to him as his greatest guru. Because he needs to balance academics and music, he would always rap in front of his peers and also write songs in his spare time.

The more he performed, the more self-assured he became. He was ready to release his first song by grade 7, but things did not go as planned, and his plans were put on hold.


When asked what they want to be when they grow up, the majority of people say doctors, pilots, surgeons, and lawyers, among other professions. TJ, on the other hand, was not like that. While others would say this, he would just state that he aspired to be like Kaligraph Jones, the original. Khaligraph inspires him much, and he has referred to him as his greatest guru. Because he needs to balance academics and music, he would always rap in front of his peers and also write songs in his spare time.

The more he performed, the more self-assured he became. He was ready to release his first song by grade 7, but things did not go as planned, and his plans were put on hold.

The pandemic struck while he was in form 2, and schools were forced to close. This allowed him to focus on his profession, and he was able to release a lot of songs as a result. His followers were astounded by his amazing flow, beats, and ability to rap effortlessly. As a result, he became a national sensation.

“Watching my brother and his pals rap to instrumentals on YouTube prompted me to take it seriously, and I began to compose my own songs as a result.” “Because schools were closed, the pandemic gave me time to record these songs,” the rapper claimed in an interview with The Standard.

Apart from the OG, he is also influenced by a variety of other performers, with whom he would want to collaborate. He’d like to work with musicians like Sauti Sol, Nyashinski, Femi One, and a few others.

At the time of writing, he has a total of 13 videos. Over 5.8 million people watched Cheza Kama Wewe. He currently has 204k subscribers and is growing.

 

 

By MZO

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