Kenya's Nadia Mukami now joins the prolific Bahati for the release of "Pete Yangu".
‘Pete Yangu’ is a Swahili phrase which translates to ‘My Ring’.
In this celebratory song, Bahati equates his lover to his wedding ring.
Singing alongside Nadia Mukami the pair express their undying love for each other and the happiness that they have to be in a loving relationship for the long run.
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The visuals which were creatively shot and edited, take us through the whole process of a vibrant traditional African wedding featuring Bahati and Nadia as the bride and groom.
This track comes off Bahati's debut album titled Love Like This.
Meanwhile, Bahati trends with yet another recently released hit single, Fikra Za Bahati. On this track, he opens up on his perspective of the world as he narrates his life story, including the jabs that are thrown at gospel artists.
He expounds on controversial topics including the hypocrisy of Christians, differences between him and other artists today, his music journey and growth in his artistic expression.
The official music video to Pete Yangu is shot and directed by Kenya's Nezzoh Montana.
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