RISING gospel rapper, Jonathan ‘Supanova’ Chagonda, has engaged the services of American artist, King Kendall, on a song Family Slogan.
The 27-year-old, who is determined to demystify negative perceptions associated with the hip hop genre, is excited about the new project.
The artist has vowed to spread gospel music and enforce Christian values.
“This track goes hard and I am excited to be part of this project.
“The song talks about genuine love (God’s kind of Love) as a world.
“The song is also denouncing xenophobia, civil wars, divisions among Africans caused by religion and politics.
“So, we are spreading the message of unity and social cohesion.”
Supanova said Kendall is set for a Zimbabwe tour to record a video for the song.
“King Kendall is set to come to Zimbabwe to record the video and he has confirmed his tour of Africa.
“He is falling in love with the continent,” he said.
His musical journey started when he was a mere teenager in Harare, where he wrote songs as a greenhorn, which he would perform at scripture union functions.
In 2017, he dropped his first single entitled I Praise Him before he released another single, Taste and See, featuring Hey Chandapuwa aka Dr Hololo, in 2020.
In February 2021, he released a third single, Angels, which featured EMJ.