Rafiki Mazimpaka, the self acclaimed ‘Coga Style’ has released his debut gospel track ‘Dusenge’ that has already hit on the airwaves.
The Afro-reggae singer said ‘Dusenge’ was produced by Thunder Studio and was released a few days before the 16th Commemoration week of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.
“I wonder why people find it strange that I’m composing gospel songs. I used to sing in Church before I became famous, and in my view I don’t think it’s bad to compose gospel music,” Rafiki told The New Times.
“Dusenge also played in nightclubs because club-goers also need to know God,” Rafiki added.
Meanwhile, Rafiki is planning to go to Jamaica to work on his other song collections.