After their fights, Ringtone and Willy Paul to finally meet Face to Face

But on Sunday, these Gospel superstars will all converge at for the Xtreem Awards Gala that has promised to be nothing but pure fireworks.

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After their many fights across social media, it looks fate will somehow gang up these members of the troubled Gospel industry under one roof again for the much anticipated Xtreem Music Awards

The annual awards, which were founded in 2013 by philanthropist and entrepreneur Peter Mulei, have traditionally been the last Awards to happen in the Music Award roster for any year as they're normally held in December.

And this year seems to be quite the interesting one as it has proved to be the most turbulent one in the Gospel Music industry with the last two weeks offering what is more than what we bargained for.

In a span of less than 100 hours, we've watched them cause a buzz on Instagram, take their petty fights across the internet, accuse each other of sabotage and malice, storm out of radio studios and even release songs that cannot even be classified as Gospel by the guys while just escaped from Mathare today.

But on Sunday, these Gospel superstars will all converge at for the Xtreem Awards Gala that has promised to be nothing but pure fireworks.

To put everything into perspective, Ringtone, who has just launched a furious tirade against his peers, is one of the nominees and possible attendees.

Under the same roof will be Willy Paul as well (who Ringtone just tore into couple days ago) Bahati, DJ MO, Hopkekid and DK Kwenye Beat amongst many others.

This is promising to be one of the most explosive afternoons of the troubled Gospel music of 2016 so far.

Other nominees in over ten categories include Daddy Owen, Guardian Angel, Size 8, Alice Kimanzi, Papa Dennis, Owago Nyiro and DJ Sadic.

Also, this year has seen categories expand to not only rope in International artists but also, regional artists (Tanzania, Rwanda, Uganda) and also County artists. Quite like the Grooves... But with a more emphasis on Teeniez.

Wanna witness the last drama of the industry? And watch them all converge in the same room at the Prestigious Calvary Covenant Centre Komarock with mad electric performances by a galaxy of super stars, dancers and singers? Then go grab a ticket at the Kassangas before they run out.

It all goes down on the 11th of December.

Looks like a gig you don't seriously plan to miss.

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