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Kambua – Anatimiza

A song that is sure to be a comeback for gospel songstress Kambua, ‘Anatimiza’ is cinematic in its scale but still somewhat grounded and relatable. The worship song sees Kambua back in fighting form as she explains ‘God’s Word is inerrant and infallible.’ The inspirational video shot by True D features some celebrity cameos in the way of Kanze Dena and Janet Kanini who recently overcame her battle with cancer. It’s a great song to listen to when in need of inspiration your way.

Size 8 – Pale Pale

Size 8 is back at it with a gospel anthem that’s sure to melt even the hardest of hearts. The singer takes the viewer through her musical and life journey from her childhood the other half of the gospel power couple that she has turned into in present day. She gives God the glory by thanking Him for the far that His power has taken her. The video also features a cameo by her husband, DJ Mo and a couple of other gospel music heavy hitters.

Daddy Owen ft. Rigan Sarkozi – Wewe ni Mungu

In this praise tune, Daddy Owen and Congo-bred Rigan Sarkozi perform a rendition of a traditional African hymn, of course updated for a modern audience. Produced by RKay, the song hearkens to grand church songs that get everybody involved. The song has Congolese roots and Rigan Sarkozi does this part well in carrying the song’s original meaning, Daddy Owen complements this by putting his own spin on the culturally significant tune.

 

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