Good composition in Kaybee�s Wuparo

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Contemporary gospel musician Kebadile ‘Kaybee’ Wasenda’s second album Wuparo cannot be rated as a hit, but rather as a good composition demonstrating growth since her last release three years ago. She is a young talent with great potential. A bit of vocal training and a good producer could easily turn the youngster into a gospel germ.

Kaybee, however, makes up for her lack of experience with her soft vocal approach masking her shortcomings very well. 

The title track Wuparo, is sung in the Mbukushu language.  The lyrics in the Wuparo make one wonder whether there is a relationship between the Chinese and the Mbukushu because she sounds a lot like R&B singers in the former language. Wuparo in English means ‘Life’.  The song is an expression of appreciation by the musician to God for giving her life.

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