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JJ to do strictly reggae gospel

JJ—I need to be serious

Musician John Kutsokwe popularly known as JJ has said that he will be doing strictly reggae gospel as part of ministering the word of God.

JJ, who has turned one year since he became born again, said God had given him a second a chance and that he would want to use his talent to sing for him.

“Some people still doubt my moving from secular to gospel music but let them believe because I am a truly born-again Christian and there is no turning back. I did a lot in secular music but things never worked for me and now that I am singing for God, everything is perfect,” he said.

He said he was going forward with gospel music and that he has chosen to do strictly reggae gospel because there were not many reggae gospel musicians in the country.

“I only know a few reggae gospel musicians in the country but still more they do not do it to the fullest and so it will be strictly reggae gospel for me. Again, I will not be performing in places where I am not comfortable and being a born again Christian, I need to be serious,” JJ said.

With three albums to his credit namely Dalitsani Malawi, Me Again and Lonjezo, which he admits did not do well on the market, JJ is currently in the studio working on a reggae gospel album titled My Redeemer.

The artist, who formed a strong vocal force in Mibawa and Mizu Band with Eunice Kadzuwa Mhango, described 2020 as a year of recovery and liberty.

“Although I wasted time in secular music and was involved in a lot of things that could have destroyed my life, God is always faithful. He allows such things to happen so that you get the lessons,” JJ said.

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