Kenyan Artist Dendi has released a Gospel track titled Utatenda meaning God Will Eventually Work featuring songstress Celine Ngao. The song is an addition to Dendi growing music resumè after making a music comeback in 2019 which ended his decade old haitus from the music industry.
The artist apart from being a poet , rapper& Musician is also a father a of two has who hails from an artistic background has enjoyed indulging performing arts has seen him in the course of his artistic career which spans two decades release over two hundred poems and multiple songs which tackle a wide range of issues from religious , educative and entertainment themed song .
Utatenda is based and themed on an extract from the Biblical book of Habakuk 2:3 which draws a message of God proclaiming that He doesn't delay when it comes to delivering blessings to his people. Dendi encourages his audience to therefore be patient and be also righteous , to not loose hope for it's when one has reached his end that God manifests himself with the Celine gracing the songs hook with her melodic voice
The well choreographed music video has premiered on Dendi 's YouTube page and is produced by Kingpheezle and is available for streaming here ;
Watch Utatenda By Dendi & Celine Ngao here;
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