Loise Kim is a Kenyan gospel artist among the top best. Her name is Loise Njeri Githuku. She has released many songs that have gained great favor from people making her a multi-award winner. ‘Mujiari’ is a song that made her to become famous.
Her vocals are strong. The choice of her songs beats and the lyrics are properly done. She mostly sing inspirational songs and has been inspiring many who understand the Kukuyu vernacular language. This is also one of the reason why she has a large base of fans as Kukuyus.
Have you ever wondered why she mostly give hopes through her songs? Well here is the reason. Despite being a multi-award winner and a very successful gospel musician, her beginning was humble as she used to live in a simple house before fame came knocking her way. She has gone through a lot of rejection when she got pregnant while at 19 years, separation as well as rising her children single handedly.
Even though, she has become among the wealthy artistes in Kenya and she is a true definition of being taken from grass to grace.She shared a picture of her past home encouraging many that God's time is the best.
She says, this was their humble beginning where their life started. That was their house, actually a rental house. Nothing can hinder anyone from becoming what one would want to be. The small beginning is the foundation of Greatness.
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