Christina Shusho’s Zakayo Takes Off in Kenya, A Nickname for President Ruto

Christina Shusho, the celebrated Tanzanian gospel singer known as the “Queen of East African Gospel Music,” has recently released her new song “Zakayo,” which has taken Kenya by storm and become a trending topic on social media.

The song’s popularity has soared particularly in Kenya, where Shusho has a large fan base. This is partly due to the song’s title, which bears a resemblance to the nickname ‘Zakayo’ that some Kenyans have given to their country’s president, H.E. Ruto.

The song’s audio has continued to perform well on various platforms, garnering over 83K views on YouTube within just three days of its release.

Have you listened to the song? What are your thoughts?

Here are some of the reactions to the song from Kenyan social media users:

  • “This song is a hit! I love the message and the beat.”
  • “Christina Shusho never disappoints. This song is another masterpiece.”
  • “I can’t stop listening to this song. It’s so catchy and uplifting.”
  • “The song’s title is so creative. I love the way Christina Shusho uses music to address social issues.”
  • “This song is a reminder that God can change anyone’s heart, no matter how far they have strayed.”

Overall, the song Zakayo has been well-received by both fans and critics alike. It is a powerful and uplifting song with a message that resonates with people of all walks of life.

Additional details about the song:

  • Genre: Gospel
  • Release date: April 2024
  • Label: Shusho Music Ministries
  • Platforms: YouTube, Spotify, Apple Music, Boomplay

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