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Gengetone Songs Are Devilish, Cannibal

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By Steve Osaka

Secular Rapper turned gospel artist Ralph Masai commonly referred to as Cannibal has termed Gengetone songs as devilish.

The born again rapper was speaking during an interview in one of the local media stations, he was asked to give his views concerning the Gengetone vibe which has taken the Kenyan music scene by storm.

“Gengetone ni mziki za kidevil juu haziendani na maandiko matakatifu,hizo nyimbo hazifai kwa jamii”Said Cannibal.

He further stated how his loyal fans more so in the Hip hop world felt let down when he switched from secular to gospel music.

“Mafans wangu wengi wa hip hop hawakufurahia nilipoanza kufanya gospel, wanashindwa mbona nikaacha kufanya mziki kama awali” added the Star.

Cannibal who prefers to be called ‘The Chosen One’ in an earlier interview shocked netizens with a revelation that he almost sold his soul to the devil by eating meat from corpses and drinking water used for washing dead bodies, he further narrated how he turned down Ksh. 100 million from the illuminati society.

The Mombasa based artist famed for hits like ‘Kichwa Kibov’ and ‘Street Hustler’ with fellow artist Sharama has since released gospel songs to announce his new found ministry in christ.

Some of the songs he has produced include ‘Sitokukana’, ‘Joy’ and ‘Juu ya dooh.

The Rapstar is continuing to cement his space in the gospel world.


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