DK Kwenye Beat Releases New Jam And Responds To Body Shamers

DK Kwenye Beat first came onto the public stage when his Saint P produced single ‘Sari Sari’ hit airwaves and reigned supreme on most gospel music charts.

Since then this emcee has frequented entertainment news sites, most recently and sadly thanks to fat shaming haters.

DK Kwenye Beat may have gained weight and while he’s comfortable with this, you bet KOT had a lot to say about that.

The comments kept flooding his timeline but DK seemed to take it all in stride, even re-posting some of the hateful posts on his own social media.

They included;

     

Preceding the release of his single ‘Kijana Wa Kayole’, DK Kwenye Beat appeared to respond to the body shaming comments via an IG post that implied that the comments HAD in fact been affecting him, so mush so, that he’d almost quit social media.

His post read;

The tongue has no bone, but it is strong enough to break a heart. 😔. Social media is a hostile path to walk on, especially when you are not PERFECTLY created or have a body like mine. I won’t quit social media as I had intended, I will instead share my story to inspire another. #comingsoon
#KijanaWaKayole.

Well the wait is over as DK Kwenye Beat released that video this weekend, receiving quite the reception with a twitter top trend and a Tukuza Countdown debut at number 7!

Here’s his new single.

Nicki Minaj Goes Gospel.

Grammy award-winning gospel singer Tasha Cobbs has been receiving more than enough backlash for this “ungodly” collaboration but guess what? She paid no mind to all the critics & she’s “getting ready for overflow” sure as hell bringing Trinidad rapper Onika Tanya Maraj, aka Nicki Minaj with her on the recently released “I’m getting ready” track.

I bet you’re wondering Nicki Minaj gone gospel? Well, here’s what she raps about in the song:

“Yo, aye yo, beach house vibes maneuver the jetski
‘Cause-’cause I serve the God that parted the red sea
Multi-million dollars commercials for Pepsi
From food-stamps to more ice than Gretzky
I don’t gotta talk the Lord defends me
I watch them all fall for going against me
‘Cause me and all my angels shot the devil up
While you was trying to pull me down I levelled up
I levelled up twice, I levelled up three times

He tapped ’em and told ’em “she’s mine”
So even when I cried I knew I’d be fine
Prepare for a miracle blessing in these times
Now praise Him, raise Him, name it, claim it
Every tongue that rises up against me, shame it
I breathe success in and out my lungs

I got the power of life and death coming out of my tongue

 

The track is off Tasha’s 4th album: Heart, Passion, Pursuit.

The 8 minute song has sparked the “secular + gospel collabo” debate once again online with some saying that the gospel singer will be fully accountable for the souls lost after listening to Nicki, while others of a different opinion say that it will minister to non Christians.

Some have added that both artistes are being hypocritical and that some of the blessings Nicki is rapping about could as well be from the devil. (Ouch!)

In her defense, Tasha recently told Essence that “I’ve seen the Nicki that is off the stage and that Nicki has a great relationship with God,” “My assignment with this song was for a particular audience. Some [of the listeners] have never experienced God ever and she exposed that audience in her way, to the God that she loves.”

She added,“This is not an assignment that man gave to me. This is an assignment that God gave to me, and He prepared the way for me, as only God could.”

She also said that she has received many testimonies from people who never believed in God till they listened to the collab.

When all is said and done, one thing for sure is that this song will present Tasha Cobbs Leonard to a whole new audience.

Listen to the song below”:

 

 

 

Alaine And Willy Paul Have A New Reason To Celebrate

Willy Paul and Elaine did a sure good job getting the country worked up when a photo of them surfaced where it seemed as though they were getting married. The reason the photo was released was to get people talking and excited giving momentum for their then upcoming video which just dropped.

The music video dubbed ‘I Do’ has, in a little over 24 hours raked in a good 270,000 views and climbing. It appears that their little trick has worked. Willy Paul took to social media saying, “24hrs my baby and I just hit 200k views on youtube.. @alainesinga .. Godsspeed”. This fake wedding trick proved to work despite most people objecting the approach. Lets all hope that this does not become a trend after it trended today on number 1 on twitter. 

Watch the video below. 

Maluda Drops Gospel Love Song (Listen Here)

He won a 2016 Groove award in the ‘Song of the year’ category and he was on HBR’s Sunday Gospel show Trinity Connect or as we love to call it (don’t ask why) ‘The 4th Service’.

Maluda has a heavily anticipated album set to be called ‘Dreams from the 10’ and from it and from it, is a single which in his own words is a “love song but also a true story of how i once was in a situation where i happened to like someone who didn’t necessarily feel the same way about me so instead of being rude to her i decided to appreciate who she was instead.”

How does that sound like? Sample it below. I features Tanzanian singer Madini.

LISTEN HERE

Muthoni DQ To Gospel Artists: Your Days Are Numbered!

Last night’s iConcert was for the most part filled with nothing but positive vibes as DJs, radio presenters & news anchors from various stations all showed up in support of MDQ as she kicked off the first in a series of digital concerts.

But midway through her performance MDQ took a moment to address gospel artists, and she had nothing nice to say! Muthoni plainly told all gospel artists that their hypocritical days are numbered and that real music will soon force them out of the industry.

Her statements interestingly drew a couple of cheers from the crowd, indicating that there are many who agree with MDQ.