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Former Bongo Flava artist Rhino King turns to gospel music

Rhino King, a former Bongo Flava artist and member of the The Mafik Music group, has turned to gospel music and has changed his name to “Uelewa wa Sauti.”

After releasing his album “Bila Mungu Halisi Hutoboi,” Uelewa (formerly Rhino King) has asked for support from his fans as he transitions into his new musical career. He also stressed that he has deleted all of his secular songs.

In an interview with a local media outlet, Uelewa said that he felt a calling from God to change his life and focus on gospel music. He said that he is passionate about sharing his faith with others through his music.

“I want to use my music to reach out to people who are lost and hurting,” Uelewa said. “I want to let them know that there is hope in Jesus Christ.”

Uelewa’s album “Bila Mungu Halisi Hutoboi” (Without the True God, You Will Not Succeed) is a collection of gospel songs that focus on the importance of faith in God. The album has been well-received by critics and fans alike.

Uelewa is currently on a promotional tour for his album. He will be performing in several cities in Tanzania and Kenya in the coming months.

Here are some additional details that you may want to include in your blog post:

  • Uelewa’s decision to turn to gospel music has been met with mixed reactions from his fans. Some fans have been supportive of his decision, while others have expressed disappointment that he will no longer be releasing secular music.
  • Uelewa has said that he is not ruling out the possibility of collaborating with other gospel artists in the future.
  • Uelewa is hoping to use his music to inspire others to live their lives for God
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