The ‘Woman in love’ hit maker has done several collaborations with some of the biggest Kenyans musicians such as Jaguar and Redsan.
Vivian also went ahead to encourage women who are in abusive relationships, telling them that there is still hope.
“I came up with the song #chingichanga after healing from a very toxic relationship.In 2015, before I met Sam West, I found myself in a very abusive relationship. The idiot would beat me up, throw me out of his house after bringing in other girls into the house. He once angrily kicked me out of his car and would make fun of my music as I had just began receiving attention from the public. He called me names like “slut” “lose” when I decided to move on and look for happiness. There are so many girls out there who aren’t being treated well by their men. There is hope. Fear to Faith. #chingichanga comes from the deepest part of me. The song drops this weekend,” Vivian wrote on her Facebook page.