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Why Singer Kush Tracey ditched Secular for Gospel Music

Kush came to the limelight after Dandia remix in 2015

Singer Kush Tracey

Kenyan Singer Kush Tracey has officially ditched secular music to join the gospel industry after four years in the game.

The song stress who started her journey in the music industry back in 2015 with a remix of “Huwezi ni Dandia” disclosed that she has been contemplating about switching sides and that’s why she decided to get saved.

She added that for a longtime she fought with her inner spirit while doing Secular music and the year 2019 is about singing praises and worship songs.


Kush Tracey to Gospel music

“It has been a longtime coming,I always fought with my inner spirit every time I was doing secular music, but as I always say #Godaboveall I have given my life to Christ today and ready to embark on the journey to fulfill my divine destiny,my anointing,my praise,my worship will never be paralyzed by the devil again,well y'all know the fear of God is the beginning of all wisdom to God be the glory AMEN,” shared Kush Tracey.

The switch comes days (December 21) after she dropped a new song dubbed “Love Me” pouring out her heart desires and feelings towards her man.

Others who switched


Ms Tracey joins the likes of Cece Sagini, Amani Kenya, Size 8, Wahu and Alaine Laughton who also switched from Secular to gospel.

Apart from her singing career, Kush is along a TV host at Switch TV on a programme dubbed “Chat Spot" alongside Nzula Makosi, Jacky Matubia and Nonny Gathoni.


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