The full reopening of the economy has breathed life into Uganda’s social scene that had been locked for two years due to the Corona virus pandemic.
As we await the return of concerts and bustle of nightlife, Kenya’s gospel artiste Johnson Mwaniki, popularly known as MC Joe has confirmed to this website that he will be in Kampala in February.
The 2014 GMA Awards Italy Best International Gospel Song nominee says he will be in Kampala to promote his first Extended Play that he is currently glossing over with his team.
The EP titled “Wakati wa Mungu”, loosely translated as “God’s time” boosts of a number of songs including a touch of the now trending Amapiano style from South Africa.
In the first single off the EP, “Hakuna”, a collaboration featuring Doty, MC Joe preaches about the vanity in escaping life situations through “fillers” like drugs, work, dangerous sports etc. In simple easily memorable lyrics, he sings about surrendering our burden to Jesus Christ.
The EP explores various themes in songs such as “Tunae” and the Amapiano inspired “What Agwan”.
MC Joe still remains tight lipped about the full details of the EP but the new songs so far released are a quite a drift from MC Joe earlier projects that were highly charged in dance, fast pace and hip hop.
“Wakati wa Mungu”, is a statement of growth as an artiste.
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