Gospel artist Hopekid flosses brand new monster 4×4 car

Gospel singer Hopekid seems to be on a major winning streak as belly months after he shared a photo of his new Mercedes-Benz he just took to his social media to show off his new Jeep Wrangler.

The modified SUV excited his fans and fellow gospel stars with many taking to his social media page to celebrate his latest win. Clearly, I am in the wrong trade seeing how Hopekid’s wins are:


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Hopekid says seggs scandal he was involved in was fake

A couple of years back, word broke about how deep in the sin of lust Hopekid and DK Kwenye Beat were and then we were hit with a double whammy when it was further revealed that the two had contracted venereal diseases.

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He has now come out to finally address the rumours and he did so by categorically terming the entire conversation as a manufactured scandal. He said that the entire fiasco was cooked and concocted by his haters and he had to leave everything to higher powers including his church and lawyers.

Hopekid went on to reveal that he had to get tested to put the allegations firmly in the place of a lie before all the parties involved were sat down and the issues that were the genesis of the drama were addressed.

¨I was curious to find out who these gospel artistes are until my name was mentioned¨ Hopekid speaks on viral threesome scandal

Hopekid went on to further address his regrets about how he handled the entire affair saying he wished he had handled it like Willy Paul usually does and he seemed to be upset with the advice he was given by his “higher authorities” because they chose to protect the girl who was the source of the story.

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Hopekid has teamed up with Khaligraph Jones on ‘Testimony’ and we love it (Video)

Gospel singer Simon Peter Wambua, better known has Hopekid, has dropped a new jam with Khaligraph Jones and it’s totally worth your time.

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The song dubbed Testimony talks about acknowledging and praising God for all the great things that he has done in our lives. (At least that’s how I understood it.)

Hopekid demonstrates his versatility once again in this song. If you listen to it, you’ll appreciate his ability to switch from ordinary singing to this reggae vibe. I really love it.

Khaligraph Jones and Hopekid; they have a new jam titled Testimony.
Khaligraph Jones and Hopekid

He also did a great job on the hook. Chances are, you’ll memorize it the first time you listen to this song. It goes like, “(Apewe sifa leo ooo eeeeh eeeeh*2), wacha aitwe Mungu uuuh huuuh mmmmh.” That’s it.

As expected, Khaligraph Jones also nailed it on this jam. His verse was dope. In it, he says how God has transformed his life by giving him money, cars, a child and what have you.

The video concept is simple but I feel it works for this kind of song. The scene transitioning and color coordination is also awesome. Props to Ricky Bekko

It goes without saying that the audio producer, Yo Alex, also did a good job. However, if we are being honest, you will agree with me that the beat sounds the same like other Kenyan gospel songs but then again maybe it’s just me.

Watch Testimony below and tell us what you think.

Hopekid Vs Kevoh Youth Vs J Fam: Who is the gospel dancehall king?

If you are not the kind of person that enjoys ‘normal’ gospels songs then perhaps you should try out gospel dancehall, chances are you’ll never look back.

The country is blessed with blessed with a number of gospel dancehall artist but only three stand out, according to me.

They are: Hopekid, Kevoh Youth and J Fam. Apart from the fact that their Jamaican patois is near perfect, their work always commendable.

In as much as they are all talented, we would like to know who you would settle on if you had the chance to bestow on them the title of the king of gospel dancehall.


He made his debut in the local entertainment industry when he released a jam titled Holiday. Since then, Hopekid has released songs such as; Huduma, Perfect, Pray For Me, Nakupenda, Stalker, General, Shine, Smile, Every Way, just to name a few.

Kevoh Youth

Although we have not heard much from in the last few years, Kevoh Youth was such a big deal back in the day. He is known for songs such as; Number One, Determination, Souljah, Praise Him, Ni Wewe, Zionists, Papa, Dancehall Clean Up etc.


J Fam

This lad has been around for some time but he had his big break a few years ago. Some of popular songs include; Get Ready, Mention Jesus, Addicted, Go So, Wave etc.


That said, according to you, who is the undisputed king of gospel dancehall? Leave a comment below.

Femi One mocks Hopekid and DK Kwenye Beat in latest hit ‘Hiyo One’ (Video)

I have longed for the day when I could finally say that Kenya’s queen of rap Femi One is finally back. Ladies and gentlemen, that day is finally here! Femi One is back! You can tell that I’m excited as I write this, I’ll try and contain myself.

Allow me to jog your memories a bit. Do you remember how Femi One killed it on Pilau Njeri, Jah or the Ligi Soo (Remix)? These songs were released more than three years ago. This was when we could all agree that she was in her best element.

Somewhere along the way, she lost her mojo so much so that mediocre rappers such as Msupa S thought they could trade insults with her. Imagine the audacity! I digress.

Femi One

And no, no one has said that Femi One has not released any song in the last three years. She actually had a couple of songs. However, most of her fans, including yours truly, felt that she was just releasing music for the sake of it and not what we had known her for.

After being lost for so many years, Femi One is back to her roots or rather given us a reason to believe that she is still the badesst female rapper in the region.

A few days ago, she released a brand new hit dubbed Hiyo One and we can’t get enough of it. Everything about her new song is on point.

From the punchlines to the wordplay, to the beat, to the beat that was made by Kevin Provoke. Nothing is amiss about this song. For the first time in a long time, I really felt like Femi had lived up to her name as the queen of Kenyan rap.

Femi One

My favourite verse in this song has to be when she said “Fresh kama Tropical fresh Vs PK, I am so sick f*ck Hope kid DK,” I was literally on the floor when she dropped that line.

I listened to Hiyo One a couple of times while trying to understand the thought process behind it. I came to the conclusion that Femi One can never be dethroned. It’s never happening.

The video was directed by Ricky Bekko of Big Dreams Entertainment.

Watch Hiyo One below and tell us what you think.

Threesome saga masterpiece Hopekid and DK surprisingly helped singer Mr Seed meet his wife

Hopekid and DK Kwenye Beat, the men behind an ugly controversial threesome saga that rocked the gospel industry last month, it seems, have also done a few nice love-related things.

According to singer Mr Seed, it’s because of a tag along to the singers that he landed his beautiful wife Nimo Gachuiri. For the first time, Mr Seed has opened about how the two met and surprisingly, DK Kwenye Beat and Hopekid urged Mr Seed to follow them for a concert at KICC where he met Nimo.


In their new Vlog, the two reminisced how they met at KICC. They have now dated for six years.

“I was at a show at the KICC and my friend Hopekid said that he was going to visit his friend, so we went and when i got in, i saw a beautiful lady (Nimo)” said Mr Seed.

Well, Hopekid and DK Kwenye Beat have proved to be a deadly combination, especially after a campus lady came out to confess how they forced her into a threesome. Let’s just hope that day at KICC they never misbehaved

Yalio pita si ndwele! Hopekid back on social media like he never had a threesome 

Gospel singer Hopekid is slowly creeping back on social media after an ugly storm recently whereby he confessed he was guilty to having a threesome with a campus girl alongside his friend DK Kwenye Beat.

The popular gospel singer was on social media to celebrated his birthday after staying away almost a month from the platform to let the storm calm. In his return, he posted a photo wearing a tee written: I’m Good bro. I gave it to God.

“HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO ME ???? THANK YOU GOD FOR ANOTHER YEAR ?? #General #MrBigDeal.” he captioned the photo. 



Hopekid, real names Simon Peter Wambua, was in murky waters just weeks ago after a student from Nakuru accused him and DK of forcing her into a threesome.

DK was in an even uglier situation where by the 20-year-old girl accused him of knowingly infecting her with herpes. The two gave several apologies but Kenyans rejected them, saying it’s high time fake gospel artists like the two be oust in the music industry.


Ringtone, a shameless gospel singer who does not deserve an ounce of respect

If at all there’s any Kenyan singer that I regard with disdain then it’s Alex Apoko, alias Ringtone.

Why, you ask? Well, it’s hard to have high regard for someone when they don’t even respect themselves. A male celebrity who is in the habit of poking his nose into people’s affairs is almost unheard of in this day and age.

About a fortnight ago, when DK Kwenye Beat and Hopekid were the talk of the town for infecting a 20-year-old girl with a deadly Sexually Transmitted Disease (STD), Ringtone secured interviews at local TV and radio stations to give a ‘first-hand account’ of what happened.

Apart from landing a slot on Radio Citizen’s Mambo Mseto, Ringtone was also on The Chipukeezy Show, which airs on Ebru TV, to shed more light on the scandal that shook the gospel industry.

Imagine securing an interview on national TV to talk about other people’s affairs instead of promoting your craft. This goes to show that Kenyan musicians are ready to stoop to any level to get some attention.

From his narration, you would be tempted to think that Ringtone was with Hopekid and DK Kwenye Beat when things went down. But he wasn’t. It was all hearsay. He was probably in studio recording another horrible song.

Surprisingly, Ringtone was also aware what caused the fallout between Bahati and Mr. Seed. According to him, the long time friends do not see eye to eye because Diana Marua called the cops on Mr. Seed’s pregnant girlfriend. Even if she did, how is it his business?

But he didn’t stop there, he even used his social media accounts to give Kenyans the latest 411 on the two scandals never mind the fact that none of them involved him.

At this point, I feel we should join hands and ask Groove Awards to introduce a “Gossiper of the Year” category. That way, our boy won’t go home empty handed as he has been in the last few years.

Funnily, Ringtone, who happens to be one of the most controversial gospel artists in Kenya, never talks about his misdemeanors. Like that time when he allegedly impregnated a 22-year-old girl, or that time when he was kicked out for failing to pay rent or how he collided with authorities to evict some mzungu woman from her Karen home.

Ringtone, if you are reading this, please talk about your scandals with the same energy.