Esther Wahome grew up in a musical background. Her father, William Wahome, is a hobby musician and was her first inspiration. It is through him that she got interested in music, first as a hobby, and later as a career. After completing her O level at Pangani Girls High School in Nairobi in 1993, Esther ventured into music as a career and is now renowned gospel singer in Kenya. Esther has recorded seven albums ever since, and rose to stardom soon after her first release. In the year 2001, she became the first Kenyan singer to be featured on an international compilation CD. Her song “Furahia” from her album by the same name was selected in Europe, and featured on the CD which was titled “Stars of Afro-Pop”, by A.R.C music and it was distributed internationally. She has also shared the platform with famous gospel singers in the UK such as Noel Richards, Ken Reley and Why Friday Band. Esther has performed in large concerts in New Castle. Esther is married and blessed with a daughter.