Ugandan songbird Nina Roz, who did a collabo with Daddy Andre dubbed ‘Fertilizer’, is slated to drop a new track titled ‘Hallelujah’, on which she teams up with famous Kampala evangelist and singer pastor Wilson Bugembe.
Scheduled to drop later this week, ‘Hallelujah’, which is a very inspirational Christian song, unveils a different side of Nina Roz that many of her fans didn’t know exists.
Although many of her fans are used to listening to secular music from Nina Roz, she takes them by surprise on this particular studio project by unleashing the Christian side of her.
With ‘Hallelujah’ Nina Roz seeks to restore hope in the hopeless and faith in the faithless, a move that will enable the song to be easily accepted among people of different denominations and age groups, because through this track she directly speaks to people’s hearts.
In this song Nina Roz gets takes the path of empathy through reminding her fans not to give up on life by subduing to their challenges, but to fight on and be steadfast in their faith, because God is ready to make them achieve whatever they have been toiling for, no matter how long He might take.
Be ready therefore to embrace Nina Roz as she goes inspirational in her new jam ‘Hallelujah’, although in the meantime you can tap the link above to stream ‘Fertilizer’ on YouTube.