Another One! Kush Tracey Finds Salvation, Ditches Secular Music

January 16, 2019

Kush Tracey is the latest Kenyan female singer to give her life to Christ.

The “Huwezi Nidandia” hitmaker, real name Teresia Ndoti Wambua, dedicated her life to Jesus last Sunday at the Mavuno Church in Nairobi.

Taking to Instagram to announce the news, Kush Tracey said that she had been fighting her inner spirit every time she was doing secular 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 paralysed by the devil again, well y’all know the fear of God is the beginning of all wisdom. To God be the glory. Amen,” she posted.

Kush Tracey has been a secular artiste for over two years, during which time she released a number of head-turning singles such as ‘Mtajua Hamjui’, ‘Ndulu’ featuring her ex-lover Timmy Tdat, and ‘Mawe’. She was the self-proclaimed bad girl of the Kenyan industry and often called herself the Boss Lady Boss Mama.

Kush Tracey joins a growing list of female music stars who have made the switch to gospel over the last few years, such as Size 8, Amani, Wahu, Cece Sagini, Marya, Lady Bee.

Some of these musicians took to the comments section to welcome Kush Tracey to the gospel industry.

Wahu Kagwi said: “Wow! Welcome, my love.”

Amani added: “Welcome home. As the angels rejoice, we rejoice too. May His grace that has saved you, keep you.”

While gospel entertainer, DJ Mo, said: “[You have made] the best decision ever. Welcome home. [May] God bless and guide you in every step.”

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