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Zzero Sufuri takes us to church with ‘Bwana Wa Mabwana’ (Video)

March 23, 2020 at 17:27
Zzero Sufuri takes us to church with 'Bwana Wa Mabwana'

Many people, including myself, never thought Zzero Sufuri – who is famed for his Zimenishika mega hit – would one day release a gospel song and I’ll be the first to acknowledge that we were wrong.

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A few hours ago, the musician who was born and bred in Kabiria released a track titled Bwana Wa Mabwana and it has been ruling the airwaves.

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Basically, this song is all about giving thanks to God for all the wonderful things that he has done and continues to do in our lives and acknowledging the sacrifice that Jesus made for us.

Although Zzero Sufuri’s first gospel song is a rendition of the popular praise tune titled Bwana Wa Majeshi, I’m sure that after listening to it, you’ll will agree with me that the execution is brilliant.

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This jam is so infectious. I have listened to it a couple of times since it was released and every time I play it, it’s like I am hearing it for the very first time. Yup, it’s that good ladies and gentlemen.

Zzero Sufuri

Zzero Sufuri

As expected, Zzero Sufuri’s flow in this jam is impeccable, you just want to keep listening to him as he does hit thing and believe you me, Bwana Wa Mabwana might just uplift your spirit.

I know people have mixed feelings about Gengetone gospel but if the likes of Bahati, Masterpiece and Size 8 took this approach, I doubt we would even have a problem with them.

The beat and instrumentation on this track are impeccable. Other than the fact that they make the song catchy, they also blend well with Zzero Sufuri’s vibe, flow and tempo.

Listen to Bwana Wa Mabwana below and tell us what you think. Enjoy.

 

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