13 February 2013

Kenya: Rufftone Talks About Collaboration With GSU Choir

Gospel musician Rufftone has described the general service unit (GSU) as one of the most focused artistes he has ever worked with.This is after releasing his new song Mungu Baba featuring the GSU choir.

"They are the most selfless people I have ever met. They are very focused on what they do and passionate too. Their discipline levels is on another level. I really learnt a lot in those two days that I worked with them. It was humbling,"Rufftone told Word Is.

"I have always admired how the GSU choir sings and so I decided to approach them and they were very impressed by my idea. I wish every artiste took their work seriously as the GSU do," he added

The song which talks about peace, reflects on the 2007/2008 election. It was recorded at Lampstand studios. It features some of the areas that were affected by the violence. The Kenya Youth Ochestra has also been featured in the song with an outstanding performance by the violin player.

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