Major 1 Records artist Mulema in Lambogini: Back with a hot single

Major 1 Records artist Gregory Mulema is back visibly fresh, riding a Lambogini, and popping music charts with a hot new single titled ‘Prayer’.

Unstoppable Gregory Mulema on his Lambogini: Prayer

The veteran composer and performing artist is proving to be unstoppable as his music continue to defy time, attracting thousands to his greatness.

In the new song, which will be in the second album set for release March 2020, the phenomenal Mulema—who is the programme director of Prophetic Channel— said video of the song will be released this Saturday.

“I am working very hard on this second album and I just want my fans to have to have a treat of the new me in this single,” said the soft-spoken and humble Gregory in quotes reported by ECG News online.

He added that his songs are always inspired by his spiritual father, Prophet Shepherd Bushiri, and he is promising fireworks.

Commenting on the Lambogini which he is seen driving in the video, Gregory said: “It’s all because of God’s grace. The Bible says seek ye the kingdom of God first and all things shall come after. I am only enjoying the fruits of seeking the kingdom of God first.”

The song has been produced by BFB.

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Mmora Muroma
Mmora Muroma
2 years ago

Will a Lamborghini bring you salvation? Spiritual songs inspired by a fellow human being called a “spiritual father,” surely? Keep the showing off going in the name Christ but be ready to answer before Christ Jesus, the LORD, not that human being you are worshiping.

CHOKA SATANA
2 years ago

WHERE ARE YOU TAKING US FOLKS ??

Blessings
Blessings
2 years ago

Lamborghini, that’s the name.

Mangochi Kabwafu
Mangochi Kabwafu
2 years ago

Mbava inu. End of times.

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