Philip ‘Fillah’ Tuju wows yet again with the recreation of Nyashinski’s Mungu Pekee cover with Natena

Philip ‘Fillah’ Tuju wows yet again with the recreation of Nyashinski’s Mungu Pekee cover with Natena

Red fourth Chorus under the guidance of Philip Tuju is back again with the adaptation and arrangement of ‘Mungu Pekee’ originally done by Kenya’s singer and rapper Nyashinski. In this cover, Filah invited his former students from #UpperHillSchoolChoir and #RedfourthChorusMombasa members Natena to capture the unison sections of the lead vocal that needed an honest Swahili idiom. Musical mentee Flo helped build a climax with the help of Redfourth Chorus Junior director Eddie Muziki. The female background vocals are done by various Red fourth Chorus girls with the help of the talented #StateHouseGirlsChoir. Watch and listen to the amazing rendition:

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