It is correct to say that 2021 has produced mixed fortunes for renowned gospel-turned-secular artist Kevin Bahati as far as his music career is concerned. Bahati has witnessed a tremendous growth in the industry in recent years thanks to his heartwarming gospel hits that he has released with regularity.
In recent months, Bahati has received a lot of backlash from his fans who have been against his idea of mixing secular and gospel music as he has done recently. He was at the center of controversy a few months ago after he released a song dissing his fellow artists including Sauti Sol, Khaligraph Jones and Daddy Owen.
After months of controversy, the humble singer is set to find his mojo back through a collabo with popular member of Parliament Charles Njagua alias Jaguar. A little bird has whispered to this opera news journalist that the two artists are currently shooting the video for the song.
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