Kenyan music sensation, Nadia Mukami is sure a voice that can compare to none other. Recently, she decided to unveil another side of her after releasing a gospel tune.
Now questions many are asking is: Has Nadia moved to the Gospel world of music? A question she has answered promptly.
¨Maombi¨ comes in as her 8th studio song. One that is best described as a thanksgiving song to God for his presence in her life.
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Word has reached her fast enough and she refutes claims that she has ditched secular for gospel.
As reported by Nairobi News, the beauty clarified:
It´s totally a no. I knew that people would take it like that because I have been asked that question a million times but no. As secular artistes, sometimes we even pray a lot.
Drawing the line between secular music and belief in God, she stated:
We do secular music because it´s business, it´s passion. Music is very universal, you´re singing about love even in the Bible there´s love so I feel like people confuse it. So for me, ¨Maombi¨ is just a thanksgiving song to God for what he´s done in my life and to inspire someone else to give thanks.
A song she attributes to the events in her personal life, something she considered worth the thanksgiving and praise to God.
This is very personal to me. I did this song at a time I was really broke, for many months. That same day that I wrote this song, I got called to be on Coke Studio. So it´s a song that is very personal to me just thanking God for what I have been through and not focusing on the negative.