Big Jams of February – Third Week

Big Jams of February – Third Week

Here are the biggest jams of the week.

Gituamba – Umetenda

UMETENDA is a Song born of Prayer and Grace through faith. despite the struggles of Life God always comes through for us,” Gituamba says. The track is the debut song off the ALBUM WEWE MKUU.

Gituamba told Verse5ve, “The inspiration behind it was the change of mindset to be appreciative of everything, whether big or small and to live an honest life.”

Read more about it here.

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Eshon Burgundy – Never Fold

With an impeccable, passionate flow Eshon Burgundy demonstrates what it is to Never Fold and he settles the argument between those who don’t know who the true G.O.A.T. is.

Read more about it here.

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Rizen Rizon – Bali (featuring Mag44)

Rizen says, “We have a father who is more than capable to dig us out of any mess and be our source of life, joy and hope. While you may not have had this father-like cover, there is a better father who is worth boasting about. The kind that no father can match – God Himself.”

Read more about it here.

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Kris Erroh – My Baibe

“The inspiration for the song came when I realized how rare it was to hear a man speak about love from a vulnerable point.” Kris told Verse5ve. “At first, I was writing a song to appreciate my mother, but during the tours around the country (Uganda), I saw how much these gentlemen love their wives and girlfriends. I just couldn’t help but change the concept of the song to make it a song about appreciating all the ladies who stick with their men even through the low seasons.”

Read more here.

Listen to the song here:

Kaki Mwihaki – Incredible (featuring Edu the Rapper)

The song “speaks about the invariable nature of God,” Kaki told Verse5ve. “Unlike human beings who change their stand and feelings towards you, God assures us of constant love. He loves us so unconditionally that nothing we will ever do or fail to do can ever separate us from His love,” she explains.

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Kamlesh Kagaba – Sanaa Nyeusi

“The song is a call to the whole Kenyan Music Industry to value the role played by each category that helps music a fruitful career,” Kamlesh told Verse5ve.

“The different parties mentioned in the song have contributed to the current situation of our music scene whether negatively or positively hence regardless of our category, we need each other for our industry to thrive.”

Read more here

Watch the video here:

CalledOut Music – You Are My God

You Are My God was written by CalledOut Music and Samson Egbuchulam.

Read more about it here

Watch the video below:

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