On Friday, award-winning Kenyan rapper Khaligraph Jones and fellow industry heavyweight Nyashinski unveiled ‘Sifu Bwana,’ a much-anticipated Gospel project.
The Kenyan hip-hop duo has built a name for themselves, and now they’ve collaborated on a powerful song inspired by an old church classic that loosely translates to ‘Praise God.’
Khaligraph surprised his fans earlier this week by posting a sample of the tune produced by his record company, Blu Ink Corp, on Instagram.
Despite collaborating on a prior production called ‘Chukua Selfie’ with other performers Fena Gitu, Jua Cali, and Naiboi, this is their first duet song.
Khaligraph Jones, who grew up in a Christian household, claims that his mother is a current preacher who supports his work.
When the rapper released his critically acclaimed album ‘Testimony 1990’ in 2018, he highlighted how close he is to his mother in a video he uploaded of her praying with him for the record’s success.
The ‘Champez’ hitmaker said in a recent interview with a local outlet that he started his start in music by dabbling in the Gospel scene before finding his actual ability.
“In class seven, I recorded my first song, which was a gospel song. It was even broadcast over the airwaves. It got to the point where I understood I was an original, “he stated