Brian Ouko Robert, popularly known by his stage name Khaligraph Jones, is among the best Kenyan rappers who surprise their fans daily by unique talents in the entertainment Industry. The handsome man has recorded more than 2,000 songs, among them his hit and popular single "Mazishi."Photo//Courtesy
Late at night Khaligraph Jones has caused a stir online after breaking silence with a booming gospel as he records himself singing it live, "moyo wangu sifu bwana daima(let my heart praise God forever)" On his post he asks, "when inspiration kicks in, should we make it a song? "
Khaligraph Jones' post has captured attention of many as it reflects his self-proclaimed first song to release which was a gospel. In the comments section, many Kenyans react, majority saying that they are eargely waiting for his new gospel release, congratulating and encouraging him. Have a look at Khaligraph Jone's post and some comments on Instagram.
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