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NADEKA LYRICS by Guardian Angel x Phil


NADEKA LYRICS by Guardian Angel x Phil


Mungu wangu anapenda maskini na tajiri ana penda penda ndio maana mi na deka
Niko mikononi mwake
Kila kitu Kiko better

Mungu wangu anapenda maskini na tajiri ana penda penda ndio maana mi na deka
Niko mikononi mwake
Kila kitu Kiko better


Ibilisi ananyeta
Kuna watu wakicheki unabarikiwa Sana wanateta
anazidi kuleta mvua ya baraka na ma better
Inazidi kunyesha

Ibilisi ananyeta
Kuna watu wakicheki unabarikiwa Sana wanateta
anazidi kuleta mvua ya baraka na ma better
Inazidi kunyesha

Aisifuye mvua imemnyea, namsifu juu amenitendea
Ata wewe ukimkujia najua atakutendea maajabu

Kuna wenye dhambi wengine takatifu jua likiwaka linawawakia wote wengine janja janja wengine waaminifu mvua ikinyesha inawanyeshea wote

Kuna wenye dhambi wengine takatifu jua likiwaka linawawakia wote wengine janja janja wengine waaminifu mvua ikinyesha inawanyeshea wote



Mungu wangu anapenda penda penda na sa ndio maana mi na deka deka deka
Mungu wangu anapenda deka penda deka ananipenda na deka.

Mungu wangu anapenda penda penda na sa ndio maana mi na deka deka deka
Mungu wangu anapenda deka penda deka ananipenda na deka.


Ukimuita anacome through maombi anajibu ndio maana namsifu


Kamlesh Kagaba releases his third studio album – L.A.M.B. (Living All My Bars)


Patrick Kagaba a.k.a Kamlesh Kagaba is an East African Christian rapper and poet born and raised in Kenya by a Kenyan Mum and a Ugandan father. He began rapping at 16 years of age and started doing gospel rap in 2006 when he responded to the gospel and became a follower of Christ. Kamlesh Kagaba uses the Biblical sound as inspiration to his music ministry while making use of rap that allows for expression of his creative gift in a fun but thought provoking style to stir people from all generations to cultivate an intimate and meaningful relationship with God.

“MADLOVE MIXTAPE Vol.1”, a collaborative project with top gifted artistes across the Kenya in 2009 set an entry platform for him in the gospel music ministry. In 2011, he released his debut album “InDependence” which received incredible review ratings from top music industry players setting a platform that introduced him to the wider East African region. He toured Uganda and Tanzania. InDependence was themed on “Living in total surrender to God”. It featured hits such as “Its Okay”, “Changing the World”, “Mapangashua” & “Songa Mbele”

2014 was a defining moment in his life when he lost his mum. The experience served as a reminder of the frailty and temporal nature of human life; also, it inspired him to work on “Breaking News”, his sophomore album. The album was successfully released through a full live band concert on 13th December, 2015. The project contained inspirational hits such as “Mfalme” (featuring the Late Kaberere & Jaya), “Fika Bei”, “Nia Yako”, “Mwangaza” and “Frequency Yake” among others.

Kamlesh Kagaba has earned great respect among key music ministry and industry players due to rich content that speak to those in and those out of the Christian faith to live a life that edifies God and humanity. He has been nominated in the renowned Mwafaka Awards as a top Gospel Rap Artiste, Hip Hop Song of The Year. This talented rapper has performed alongside top global artistes such as Da T.R.U.T.H., Lecrae, Andy Mineo, Deitrick Haddon, The Ambassador, K.B., S.O and Trip Lee.

In 2017, he was elected as the first Chairman of the Kenyan Holy Hip-hop Association and is serving to see Kenyan Christian hiphop grow to greater heights as he takes part-time studies in Ministry at the East Africa Baptist School of Theology. Kamlesh Kagaba is a dedicated husband and father. He is a strong believer and advocates for the family institution and staying plugged to a local church.


L.A.M.B. is Kamlesh Kagaba’s third studio album, the acronym stands for “Living All My Bars”; a complete thought emphasizing the eminence of living out what we say especially as believers. The heart of the message aims to exhort and instruct the listener to put to practice what they proclaim.

L.A.M.B. is primarily based on:

  • Show yourself in all respects to be a model of good works, and in your teaching show integrity, dignity, (Titus 2: 7&8)
  • I tell you, on the Day of Judgment people will give account for every careless word they speak, for by your words you will be justified, and by your words you will be condemned.” (Matthew 12:36-37)

This masterpiece recording has some amazing features including Loso, a respected name in the Christian Hip Hop circles globally and top Christian rappers in the continent David Kalilani, Limoblaze, Courtney Antipas, Elandre, Rigga, Noel Nderitu, Tybe & Mohwaz.

L.A.M.B. strives to drive home the message of being TRUE TO SELF, GOD & HUMANITY by urging us to bear fruits that are consistent with the faith that we profess. Just as Matthew 7:16 says, “You will recognize them by their fruits. Are grapes gathered from thorn bushes, or figs from thistles?”


One of the key concerns is how it appears that the Gospel music scene is being defined and guided more by the music culture than Christ and the scriptures. This is also true in most career fields and society in general. Christians have become lukewarm in living out what we proclaim and preach. If Kenya’s population is 70% Christian, as statistics currently show, why does the character of this nation not match this statistic? Are we Christians by speech and name but actions and character the exact opposite?

What causes this disparity?

  • Lack of Discipleship [and accountability]
  • Pride [Lack of Humility]
  • Lack of Impact, togetherness with Churches, Vision.
  • Lack of commitment to the local Church &its mission.
  • Lack of sound teaching


L.A.M.B. aims to:-

  • Put more emphasis on character development than just craft enhancement in music and ministry.
  • Enhance faithful handling of God’s word and establish a discipleship culture in the Gospel music scene for the sake of growth in the faith to effectively advance the Gospel.
  • Help uprising and established Christian musicians approach their music with biblical views and solutions in order to produce a systematic change in the community.

Using the above model, L.A.M.B. will spread the same message to other sectors of the society in a bid to create a more impactful Christian movement in the country and beyond.

This will be achieved through a myriad of media beyond the music album, namely; conferences, Workshops and Seminars, Tours/Concerts & Publications

All these will be geared towards:

  • Bringing a missional balance to our generation. ~ Matthew28; 18-20
  • Getting us to re-evaluate our hearts. ~ 2 Corinthians 13:5
  • Edifying, educating and equipping believers (starting with Gospel Musicians) ~ Ephesians 4:12


01 L.A.M.B. [ft.Rigga]

02 Njaa [ft. Tybe]

03 Weka Mic Chini

04 Most High [ft. Loso & Mohwaz]

05 Far Beyond

06 Soldier On

07 Biblical Support

08 Kioo Ngozi

09 More Than Words

10 Wanilinda [ft. Mohwaz & Noel Nderitu]

11 L.A.M.B. Remix [ft. David Kalilani, Elandre, Limoblaze, Courtney Antipas & Rigga]

12 Kamanda Full [Bonus Track]

Executive Producer: Kamlesh Kagaba (for UrbanLight Recordings)

Tracks Mixed & Mastered by: Michael “Othole” Mukama of NYNP, Charles Righa and Gittx of Rhyme-X Production

Album Mastered by: Michael “Othole” Mukama of NYNP

How to get the album:

NDAANI KABISA Lyrics by Mc Joe

Ndaani Kabisa Lyrics by Mc Joe

Niko ndani zeiya hommie,niko ndaani,ndani ndani ndani ndaniii, ndani ndanii

Hommie niko ndani kabisa
Nipate pale ndani kwa misa
I rather be 100% sure coz I wonna swim deep not the sea shore
If u still holding on never let go
Mediocre is waiting for u next door
Kama meshack shady na abedi niko ndaaani
U can find me in the zone what’s good nikitia maanani
Do a favour get delivered soon and very soon Jesus is coming
Imma tel you better saviour or hell is waiting that’s a warning
Am in ndio maana nakwambia amini
Neno lake Christ napigia campaign
Kuwa mkristo na si wa Sunday
This is supposed to be everyday thing
Whether uko kwa public or not seen
Everyday make sure that u keep it real

Wow hizi ni gani unashangaa
Lazima hii message ingepasiwa in a way inashika kwa vichwa
If you think its so funny piga picha
Ile siku we utakufa je
Utakua ndani ama nje
Right now u may not be feeling it
But later u be wishing that u did
Finally when the dday check in
Hii maneno inakata ka msumeno lakini ukweli no
Unafaa kuita kamkutano
Ka wewe na wewe na we
Rekebisha uhusiano na ye
Majaribu yote yaambie ng’we
Haiwezi kupatapata kamwe
Put ur hands in the air
Make a decision not go to the hell
In the God’s kingdom man u be well

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#High5ve THRILL

Originally By Ian Obyz
Verse 5ve has mainly been dubbed a hiphop event. The November edition, #High5ve has better things in store. Music will include #EDM, #Newskul, #Afropop, #Oldskul, #Trap, #Hiphop and so much more. On the decks will be Deejay Sanch, Deejay Double O, Deejay Mellops , DJ Krowbar (‘the Record master selector’) and Deejay Re. Mike Muema an amazing EDM producer will also be doing his “Live on Set” thing. Your hosts will be MC Churcboy and Manu of Recapp. For those who love Dance, Jims&Dims and Dice Crew will minister through their art as they teach you some new dance moves.

Sample the promo below for a feel of what will be going down!>> #High5ve EDM Promo ( @TheDjRe x Mike Muema)

high 5veTickets go for 200(ADVANCE) and 300(AT THE GATE). See you there!

[Interview] Inside Kenyan Singing Brothers VKP’s Music, Life & Ministry. | Uganda Gospel Life

Source: [Interview] Inside Kenyan Singing Brothers VKP’s Music, Life & Ministry. | Uganda Gospel Life

A Chat With Kenyan Trio VKP.

VKP is an urban gospel group from Kenya, made up of three blood brothers Fatha Lody (Group Singer) who is the eldest, Walman (Lead Singer) then Trigga (Rapper and Christian Author), the youngest sibling in the group. VKP are initials standing for Vijana Kwa Pulpit, which is a name in the Swahili slang-Sheng, loosely translated as Youths on the Pulpit.

Since inception, VKP have been nominated in th Africa Gospel Music Awards held in London, Groove Awards, Mwafaka and Talanta Awards. It was an absolute honor to interview them and this is how it went down. 

It is our very first time to finally get this chance to chat with you, how is VKP? 

We appreciate too, the chance to be interviewed by you guys. We have been seeing the good work you do in the gospel music scene in Uganda, kudos guys and keep up.

VKP we are fine, each one of us is doing great on a personal level and musically too. We keep thanking the Lord each day as we get moving closer to our dream of reaching more and more people through our music.

Of course we have been keeping tabs on you especially after the release of Imela which gained good airplay on Christian Radio here in Uganda, what have you been up to since that time? 

We appreciate that. Imela is a project we can say was anointed, out of all the songs we have recorded and released, its production, release and airplay was easily facilitated as all the people who were part of the project came through in time and wholeheartedly. And God blessed it all the way; the whole album too is a very good compilation.

Fatha Lody a VKP Group Singer and the eldest of three brothers.

Our debut album TOLOISA, which we launched on 31st May 2015, has received massive support, in print media, album cd buying and also brand growth. Whats keeping us busy is centered on the debut album; the distribution, planning on a few music videos of songs on the album and a few concerts here and there.

Let us take you back a bit. When and how did VKP start? Also tell us why you started out for those who are new to East African Gospel Music. 

We came together as a group in December 2011 after recording stints as solo artists. Our musical journey dates way back to 2003 but it is at the beginning of 2012, that VKP released their debut single and video titled Fantasy under the mentor-ship of our producer Patrick Saint P Mbaru.

Also, could you tell us why you started out for those who are new to East African Gospel Music?

Our mission:  We want to cement our position as the best gospel group ever to come out of Kenya; true and deeply rooted in the gospel, professional and out to bring about real social change in our society through our music.

We have been fronting a music style known as SocaPuka, a style we came up with our producer Saint p back in 2011 when the group was starting. It is a fusion of Kapuka (Kenyan sound) and Soca music.

That out-of-the-way, TOLOISA! Can each of you tell us your favorite songs on the album and why?

Trigga from VKP told us what his best song is.

Trigga: My favorite song on the album is Fantasy. It directly brings out the Good News about Jesus Christ our Savior. We narrate how we received Jesus Christ, and found God the Father. Anyone who is worldly and living in sin will get convicted and know that they need Jesus in their lives or be separated from God eternally because Jesus Christ is the only way to the Father and Gods free gift to mankind.  Without holiness, nobody will see God (Hebrews 12:14-15). Christ gives us the grace to live holy lives that please the father. FANTASY brings out this and thats what authentic gospel music is meant for: to draw people to Gods throne of mercy and grace.

Walman: My favorite song is Imela. It speaks out my daily prayer to God

Fatha Lody:  My favorite song is Matata. Personally I’ve gone through a lot of stuff despite my young age (I’m not that young though, hehe) and this song even the time we wrote it I had a lot of stress and personal struggles. It has spoken hope to many who have listened to it, it still does and it will continue to speak to and encourage so many people going through a tough time in their lives. It’s even my phones ring back tone.

How would you describe the state of Gospel Music in your country Kenya? 

Fatha lody:  Gospel music has really grown, in terms of the number of new gospel ministers, quality of production too but in terms of message its undergoing a transition. Our gospel music is going back to the basics of gospel music which is to preach the gospel of Christ and bring back people to God.

Trigga: We need to seek God’s face so as to know what He intended authentic Christian Music ministry to be. The current state is saddening because it has turned into an industry driven by cliques and unscrupulous businessmen who are out to mint millions out of the gift meant for ministry. Most music ministers have been taken captive into Secularism/carnality (idolizing & copying secular musicians, glorification of the self (the gospel musician wanting to be known and celebrated), worship of the art (creativity without giving God’s Word preeminence), love of money hence preaching the social gospel (prosperity gospel) to appeal to masses, sexual sin (fornication/adultery), vain competition and rivalry, (Favoritism in airplay/paying to get awards). It is no longer about preaching Christ Jesus to the lost and dying world that needs salvation. All in all, God is asking us to repent, turn from our wicked ways and get back to the main mission: The Great Commission. A revival is ripening!

Walman is the lead singer in the group VKP.

Walman:  It has come to that time for real & not real to be clearly distinguished. And we have a large Kenyan fan base that still appreciates, cherishes & supports the gospel industry.

Are you planning to do something with an artiste from Uganda or Tanzania soon?

Yes most definitely. We love Luganda. There are several artistes we dig into their music back here e.g., Levixone, Holy Keane, Exodus, Ruyonga and several others. We do not have a specific artiste but we plan to work on something when the opportunity arises. Tanzania we havent set our eyes yet but also if the opportunity arises to work with a gospel minister from there, we will gladly do that. As the Holy Spirit will lead us you know!

We missed your album launch, tell us how it was! 

TOLOISA Album launch was a success. It can be summed up as a reunion of the people who have been part of our musical journey from way back. The event began at 1pm and ran till 7pm, the performances were great as our fans, friends and family got a chance to enjoy each song on the album.

All those who attended got a free album cd and meal. The performances were back to back with invited artistes keeping the crowd on their feet; Groove Award Winner Bahati surprised us by coming to close the event.

How do you people keep it together, what would you like to share with other groups about working together? 

First of all we thank God that we are blood brothers and the age bracket not so big, so we have been friends for the longest time possible. It’s the power of prayer, a common vision and authentic love for one another which keeps us accountable to each other.

Advise to other groups is Put God first, Pray together and for one another, Practice more, Persist in pushing your stuff, be united and finally work on aligning the group’s vision with each members personal  and career vision to ensure continuity in your music ministry as you advance in age and responsibilities creep in.

Do you think the fact that you are brothers (I stand to be corrected, if you are not blood brothers) has made your working together easier?

Yes we are blood brothers. Same dad, same mum we follow each other by birth, Fatha Lody, Walman then Trigga. Although we come from a big family, we have other younger siblings.

About being easier to work together. yes. As we said earlier we have been friends the longest time, we have learnt to accept each others strengths and weaknesses, and we have learnt sacrifice, to persistent and encourage each other.

Do you have any final words to your East African and indeed African fans? 

We thank God for this far we have come. We still look up to God to shape us into what He wants us to present to the world. We are still holding on to the Truth in the Word of God. One thing we really value is your genuine support. The views and subscriptions on our YouTube channel. The likes on our facebook page VKP Music and twitter @vkpmusic. Thank you so much # Teamsocapuka.

In Kenya, here is how you access the album.