In Summary

  • Jowie Irungu sings behind prison walls.
  • Jowie dropped the song “Nakuabudu” moments after his guilty verdict by Justice Grace Nzioka on 10th February 2024.
  • In Jowie’s new song, I Believe he has anchored his hope on God ahead of his next phase of life.

Jowie Irungu has yet again dropped a gospel song dubbed, I Believe moments after his murder sentencing was rescheduled for next week on Wednesday, March 13th. Jowie has been behind bars from 10th February 2024.

In “I Believe” Jowie talks of his nightmares, dark days and nights. The moments he has almost gone nuts.

However, his only anchor is God the creator.

“Kila siku ni mawimbi najaribu nisichizi am walking up with a new face zanichoma hizi hisia, many dark nights so many dark days but I close my eyes, I close my eyes and I pray” he sings partly.

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The song is a piece of super mastery with Jowie’s repetition outplay harmonized with a choir back up vocals.

As he continues with the conversation with his maker, Jowie further notes that he’s feeling his maker’s presence.

“I can feel your presence shining down on me(Halleluya), I can see you’re creating time to having me(Halleluya), najua unaniwazia mema” he continues.

Throughout the song, Jowie affirms his faith in God while also vowing to continue living his purpose.

Jowie with co-accused Jackie Maribe who was acquitted on 10th February PHOTO/Google

 

Fans Reactions

At the time of putting up this publication, the views were still counting and so were the comments.

Many have since termed Jowie a version of incarcerated Jamaican dancehall superstar, Vybz Kartel who has continued to release music and win accolades while in prison.

It has also turned to an uplifting session with prayers and messages of goodwill sent to Jowie.

We sampled a few of the reactions below.

“Our own Vybz Kartel, keep on releasing more hits”

“Wow! So beautiful and encouraging song, excellent work”

When Jowie was slapped with the “Guilty” verdict barely four weeks ago for the 2018 murder of businesswoman, Monica Kimani he released “Nakuabudu”.

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This has been Jowie’s streak all through his battles with the scales of justice.

Next week on Wednesday when Jowie knows how it goes, Guys expect another Jowie’s creation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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