Popular gospel singer Bahati has left his fans in the gospel world with their mouths open after he was spotted in a popular nightclub in Nairobi.
The singer had joined celebrities Shaffie Weru, Prezzo and Tanzania’s Ommy Dimpoz at the popular expensive club, B-club, where Trace Music was launching Trace Mziki Channel.
The new channel which was launched on Thursday, will serve as the premiere destination for East African music lovers, featuring well as exclusive specials and documentaries.
It will showcase East African Hip Hop and R&B, Afro Pop, Gospel, Reggae and video mixes.videos of the best contemporary East African music hits.
“This channel is a reflection of TRACE’s continued commitment to promote East African artists and to localize our music channels in the major music hubs of Africa. TRACE Mziki is 100% made in Swahili and English by our East African team and it will greatly contribute to the development of the Eastern African entertainment industry.” Said Trace CEO, Olivier Laouchez.
Bahati who was representing the gospel world raised a lot of questions since many are against gospel artists been involved in secular events, especially in night clubs.
Recently Bahati and Willy Paul have been criticized for getting involved in secular music and collaborating with secular artists.