Nigerian swag for Vijana Kwenye Pulpit
09 May 2014, 17:56
Nairobi - Their new track titled “Imela” which means Thank you in the
Nigerian language Igbo is a true representation of how far this group have come
and what they have to be thankful for.
Having entered the scene and struggled
for quite some time, the group has decided to give thanks for their eventual
success in the gospel music scene across Africa having been recognized in
several countries for their good music and talent.
The new track like the name suggests is a thanks giving song,
leaning a lot towards thanks giving God for the gift of
life and success. It features legendary producer Saint P, who shows us his
vocal skills in the song as well as his production skills.
Its style is
different having adopted a Caribbean “Soccer” tune and the Kenyan “Kapuka” tune
to create the unique tune called “Socapuka”.
Check out the video here: http://youtu.be/YTMJUTL2tWY
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