Gospel artist Christopher Musyoma alias Embarambamba is the most dramatic Kisii artist in the gospel industry. He is a musician who rose to fame due to his unique dancing styles. Embarambamba's wave of energy in his productions has continued to spark mixed reactions from Kenyans over time. During his performances, Embarambamba jumps, wriggle, dashes about swirls with so much energy and this has enabled him to gain so many supporters.
According to Nation Africa tweet, a few minutes ago, Embarambamba has explained why he likes dancing in the mud, thus being different from other gospel artists. He said that he posses a lot of energy which is new, that has come from God. He added that God usually sends his angels to him anytime he's playing in the mud and while portraying his unique dancing styles.
Embarambamba started his music career in 2004 as a secular artiste. In 2018, the gospel artist said that he had a dream to switch to gospel music and that is when he released his first song. However, he said that as a gospel artiste he faces challenges such as piracy which he has managed to overcome with time.
Finally, the gospel artiste said that, despite having supporters, many have misinterpreted him due to his dance styles. He urged people to understand that it is the power of God driving him.
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