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DK Kwenye Beat makes massive comeback to the gospel industry

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kwenyeRemember jamming to DK kwenye beat’s Asusu and feeling the encouragement in the song? This was one David Kilonzo’s (D.K) second song after pakacha.

D.K went silent for a long time leaving many to question whether he was just a one hit wonder like many upcoming artistes who succumb to the industry’s pressure and pen out.

What many of his fans do not know however is that D.K actually released many amazing songs after Asusu but because of not so much promotion the songs were only known to those who stream his jamz on youtube.

Speaking to Maji Maji and King Kafu on Ghetto Radio’s Brekko, D.K revealed that he has big plans for 2018 and has been working on releasing songs back to back in the next few months.

D.K together with his producer Teddy B have launched a project dubbed Ten Miles which ensures that the singer works with other artistes in the industry and will be releasing at least two collaborations every month.

In an industry that keeps growing and conforming to current trends, D.K says the new age gospel artists have spoiled the name of the industry and many are just releasing funny songs and passing them as gospel. He says he appreciates a cool feel gospel song that conveys a message.

“Gospel artists focus so much on current issues instead of inspiring people. In the process we are losing our fan base because people tend to see us as jokers.” He said.

D.K who grew up in Kayole’s Saba Saba area says he has been brought up in a church setting and therefore it was no surprise that he would do gospel music.

Asked if he has featured either Bahati or Willy Paul in his new project he denies it staunchly.

The singer who says he will release Asusu part two this year is currently riding high on his Kijana wa kayole jam written by Moji short baba.

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