Mugithi music is a form of music originated by the Kikuyu people of Kenya but enjoyed by other ethnic groups within Kenya and even some non-Kenyans in countries with a large Kenyan diaspora such as the United Kingdom. It is usually sung by a single singer and accompanied by guitars either acoustic or usually quite highly pitched electric guitars. Songs are always sung in the Gikuyu language. The music tackles a wide range of subjects and includes a good degree of social commentary and sometimes political comment. The singers are distinctive for their adoption of the styling of Country music singers that had an influence on the development of the music in previous decades. Singers like the late  Salim junior  have become household names. Others like Mike Rua are big kenyan benga artists. The mugithi artists have in recent times redone and recorded old kikuyu benga music to accommodate newer audiences.
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Kikuyu gospel worship songs
There are different types of tribes in Kenya and Kikuyu is one them. Notably, Kikuyu artists do inspire people with their songs. They mostly talk about real life situations or go deeper to talking of Christ. Kikuyu gospel songs have got different genres i.
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Gospel music - a genre created purposefully for Christian audiences, tackling different religious themes. Today, the tunes are instilled in contemporary Kenyan culture, and it is not hard getting numerous songs in vernacular. Kenyans have transformed regular gospel music, slightly altered the beat to be in synchrony with different dialects. The result is euphoric, rhythmic and spiritual music, rooted both in Christianity and the culture of the language it represents. Kikuyu gospel songs are one of the most loved in the country.
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