Former Recapp star Manolo is back with ‘Mwingine’ and we love it (Video)

Gospel singer Emmanuel Mwongela, better known as Manolo, who is former member of Recap has dropped the accapella rendition of his popular hit Mwingine.

Also read: Manolo’s new jam ‘Weka Juu’ and is totally worth your time (Video)

As the title suggests, this jam is about being satisfied in Christ, you don’t want any other person because you have him.

The original song was a very beautiful composition but it does not even come close to the accapella version. Trust me.


I really love this jam. It’s the kind of songs that makes feel that all is not lost as long as you have a little faith.

It tells you that although thing don’t look good today, tomorrow will be different. Manolo really outdid himself on this jam.

The fact that it does not have instruments will make you appreciate Manolo’s powerful voice.

To add to that, the background vocals were also on point. You just want to keep listening since the co-ordination is also good.

Listen to Mwingine below and tell us what you think.

Former Recapp star Manolo is back with a new jam ‘Weka Juu’ and it’s totally worth your time (Video)

Gospel singer Emmanuel Mwongela, alias Manolo – a former member of Recapp – is back with a new jam and it’s one for the books ladies and gentlemen, it really is.

Dubbed Weka Juu, the song is all about how God can lift you up i.e. how he can change your life for the better and bring you out of oblivion. That’s pretty much it.


I really love this jam. It’s the kind of songs that makes feel that all is not lost. It gives you hope that although things are not look good today, tomorrow will be different. Manolo really oudid himself on his third release after going solo.

I also love the lyrics, simple yet impactful. Chances are you’ll listen to it two and that is not a bad thing or its? Manolo’s lyrics also blends in well with the instruments. It’s really perfect

One of the things that stood out for me in this song is the video. I really loved the colour co-ordination and blocking. However this does not come as a surprise since it was directed by the one and only Sammy Dee of True D.


The song was produced by Jegede at Pacho records and he also did a commendable job. The beat has a feel good vibe that makes you want to listen to the song over and over.

Watch Weka Juu below and tell us what you think.

Guardian Angel and Manolo brings you Kamata

Guardian Angel and Manolo says Kamata. This comes a few weeks after Guardian Angel released his single Kenya. Later, he performed the song during the 56th Madaraka day in Narok. It is a sign that there might be more cooking. The gospel artist duo has now come with Kamata. Kamata roho yangu kamata simply means that Christ has taken care of our hearts. Isn’t this some good gospel.

The gospel industry is slowly being revived with this kind of work.

Manolo is new to the industry and Guardian Angel has introduced him in this new song Kamata.  Manolo’s real name is Emmanuel Mwongela. He is a top Kenyan Singer, Freestyle Rapper, Poet, Songwriter and Instrumentalist.


Kamata is the work of Guardian Angel and Manolo. You can testify that there is a great talent here. The video was directed by Kevin Bosco Jnr and the audio produced by Vicky Pondis & Sifa. In addition to what the team did, the video is good and very creative. Further, the beats and sound are in sync.

Also, I would say that the video has met international standards. Kenyan gospel industry is slowly improving and I hope that this continues. The choice of background is well thought of.

Presentation of Kamata

Guardian Angel truly knows what he is doing. Look at what they are offering their fans with Manolo. In this case Kamata Lyrics are amazing. Also the way they are taking turns is well coordinated.

‘Roho ya binadamu ina vitu nyingi chafu, Inabidi nikupe yangu we utaiosha na damu.’ This is all about salvation. They are just trying to tell you that Christ cleanses our souls with his blood. This is simply what the Bible says.

Also, they talk of Christ holding them and how he saved them. Kamata is repeated severally in the song, not only in the chorus but also in some lines.

We need Christ to hold us. This is a great jam and Guardian Angel is still holding to his call of ministering through songs. I give the song a rating of 7/10. The language can be understood by the old and more by the youths.