Luxury LifeStyle – Son of real estate mogul drops first 2021 single
Rich kid Glen Muraya, 24, has released a new song, Bad Influence (remix) under his stage name alias Cha$e Storey. Storey is the son to Pete and Sue Muraya, the founders of Suraya Property – a company with a rich portfolio of tendering exquisite mansions to the elite in Kenyan society.
The music video shot by his go-to videographer Kevin ‘Rawwfilmmaker’ Wang’ombe sees Cha$e pick up where he left last year, performing cover songs of his favourite artists, this time he gets ambitious covering Nigerian rising star Omah Lay’s wavy number, ‘Bad Influence’. In the visuals, Cha$e opts for performance scenes in his huge leafy compound with a pool out in their lavish home somewhere along Thika Superhighway, most probably, Garden Estate, while getting sun-kissed grooving to the tender melodies of the instrumental.
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Cha$e recreates the song to his own version seemingly talking to a certain damsel through the lyrics as he is dressed in Cashmere Burberry, Versace silk shirts, casually making fashion statements. Rawwfilmmaker recently went on a rant about how Kenyan artistes were too hard to convince to invest into their music videos. Well, that should not be a problem with Glen’s deep Suraya pockets.
Elsewhere, mysterious entrepreneur Jay Staxx is at it again. While regular Kenyans struggle to make ends meet, the subtly flashy yet enigmatic businessman is building a mansion.
Known for his private-jet flying, slay-queen dating, exotic-car driving, and luxury lifestyle, Jay Staxx has decided to show off his posh home being built in at unidentified part of Nairobi, Kenya. In an Instagram post he shared 21st January 2021 the enterprising personality cryptically posted an image of a huge two-storey crib under construction, while he posed. He captioned “It’s 2021”.
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Jay has been known for his high-rolling lifestyle, hanging with the likes of his fellow Kenyan-Dream ballers Kevin Obia, Jared Otieno and politicians such as Babu Owino.