Magix Enga, aka Beat King, is a music producer and a Singer from Kenya. He is a multi-talented music producer and videographer who has built several brand names in the highly competitive Kenyan music industry.
Magix Enga Education
He studied professional music production at Tapev Music school and earned a unique set of skills in handling digital music software and playing instruments like the piano and guitar.
With over eight years of substantial experience as a music producer, Magix Enga has accumulated vast knowledge in instrumentation and audio mastering. He started as a gospel music producer but has since divested into other modern genres as well.
His sound can be described as highly dynamic and urban-influenced. So far he has worked with Khaligraph Jones, Timmy Tdat, Otile Brown, Shetta (Tz), Matonya (Tz), Joe Makini(Tz), Ecko Dida, Boss M.O.G, DK Kwenye Beat, Naiboi, Kayvo Kforce, Bandanah, Noti Flow, Slej, Mc Rode and Sagini among others.
Besides having exquisite professional training in advanced video and videography techniques. As a musician, he also owns an extensive library of own compositions, mainly for the gospel genre. Magix Enga’s most recent acquired Disk Jockeying (DJ) skill distinguishes him as the most versatile artist in the creative and entertainment industry.
His signature sound is often ornamented by piano, hard bass, and a myriad of fruity loop effects, and for the past two years, this sound has punctuated an endless list of radio singles. Hits like “Wembe,” “Nataka Iyo Doh,” “Digi Digi,” and “Dundaing” have made him a household name. He makes beats that are aimed at giving listeners a fun time rather than a gritty, arduous, over-complicated one.
And as if producing is not enough, he doubles as a part-time singer too. He is no Luther Vandross, but he isn’t a terrible singer either. He is bearable. He isn’t one of those singers who make you need an eardrum transplant after listening to their songs.
An artist can go to Magix Enga for a beat and leave with a chorus as a bonus. Quite a bargain, right?
There’s no doubt that Magix Enga is currently the chieftain of the airwaves, but will he be famous for long, and will his works stand the test of time?
Magix Enga Studio
Flamboyant Kenyan producer Magix Enga is soaring to greater heights after launching his studio, dubbed Magix Empire Studios.
In an interview with Kiss 100, Magix Enga revealed his plans after launching his studio, which is worth Sh5 million.
He noted that the motive behind the launch of the studio is to push local content to the outside world and help more Africans to be stars and gain a global market.
In an Instagram post, the producer revealed the services which the studio will offer to clients, adding that they will be supporting both upcoming and established artists.
“We support upcoming artists as well as established ones. We are approachable and offer consultation and advice on our customer’s songs and projects. Experts in making video storyboards, direction, execution, and editing. Well versed in commercial music release and marketing. We are plugged into the music industry and have wide-ranging contacts and can arrange collaborations and events for customers and their projects,”
He promised his potential clients that the studio has a team of professional producers with experience in the music industry.
Magix Enga Clash with Harmonize
Magix Enga accused Harmonize of using his beats on the song Uno. What followed next was some warnings to Harmonize to pull down Uno song from youtube, and when Harmonize seemed not to react, Magix Enga did it himself, and the song was pulled down on youtube.
However, after sitting down and deliberating with Clemmo of Ngomma VAS, Magix Enga decided to return the song on YouTube in the spirit of the growth of East African music, which is way bigger than himself.
Harmonize has not yet given any official statement in regards to Magix Enga pulling down his hit record, ‘Uno’ from YouTube, which was his first hit record after officially parting ways with Diamond Platnumz record label and management, WCB(Wasafi Classic Baby) a few weeks prior.
Magix Enga Cars
Besides his love for music, which comes first, his passion for cars comes second and not just regular rides, the luxurious ones. Check out one of his cars below.
Magix Enga Songs
Chachisha ft Zzero Sufuri
Mr. Deejay ft Masauti and Zikii
Dundaing ft King Kaka and Kristoff
Boy Child ft Alvindo, Dj Shiti
Love You ft Naiboi
Mambichwa ft Boondocks Gang
Bami ft Khaligraph Jones
Here we go ft Prezzo, Gabu, and Kristoff
We run this ft KrgThedon
BAD GYAL ft Kansoul, King Kaka, Exray and Dufla
Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCp8fH7sSYhh49p8YHXZwLJw