Esther Grace’s ‘Ke A Khubama’ drops

Esther Grace
Esther Grace

Local gospel artist, Esther Grace, has released a new single titled, ‘Ke a khubama’ which she recorded in Randburg, South Africa.

The song was recorded during a live performance where she was performing alongside SA gospel artist, Joseph Makola, who also composed the item. In an interview with Arts&Culture, she said the song targets everyone hungry for God in this era of uncertainty. She added that it was meant for those who wanted to worship God regardless of their position in life. “Ke a khubama means to bow down. Bowing down is a sign of honour and reverence. The gesture is offered to an authority God, the Father and creator of heavens and earth. If people were aware that God can change even the worst situations, they would bow down before Him as a sign of surrender to Him who holds all power to change their predicaments,” she said. Furthermore, she pointed out that she had been meditating on recording the extended version which will be sung in English and Zulu.

She explained that there were songs that she listened to which she did not even understand what the singers were saying but there was a connection, something happened within her that she could not even explain with words. She explained that it was called an encounter or an experience that triggers the manifestations of the lyrics of the song in one’s life.

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