Nameless is a Kenyan pop artist signed with acclaimed local record label Ogopa DJ's. He rose to fame in 1999 through a star-search contest on Kenya's urban music station 98.4 Capital FM, which he won with his original song "Megarider." The song was about a penniless young man who is trying to seduce a woman but does not have enough money to sustain the rich lifestyle she desires. He later recorded the track with producer Tedd Josiah and it went on to be number one on Kenyan radio for weeks. This was the turning point in his musical career. He went on to sign with the Ogopa DJ's label in 2001 and collaborated with artists such as the late E-Sir on "Boomba Train," and Amani on the regional hit "Ninanoki" in 2002 which broke Kenyan chart records by remaining 110 days at number one. Not only a talented musician, Nameless is also an Architecture graduate from the University of Nairobi, a husband to Wahu (Wahu Kagwi) an equally talented Kenyan musician and the father to their two daughters.