By: Bester Kayaye.
One of the young gospel rappers in the country Robertson Music is geared to commence a philanthropic journey as he is set to visit Yohane Banda Foundation on Thursday 24th December 2020.
Yohane Banda foundation is a rehabilitation centre founded by Yohane Banda to give care to hardworking underprivileged students, and providing shelter and empowerment to street kids.
Among others Robertson is to give out Christmas packages to children being raised under the foundation.
According to the gospel artist, he has embarked on this journey as part of complementing government efforts in taking care of underprivileged people especially street kids whose life is at stake if left to wander-about in streets.
He said; As a gospel artist giving is the first priority to help others because we preach to the people the good news about Christ and Christ is love.
The artist therefore urged Christians especially youths to be ambassadors of change and love during this festive season by engaging themselves in charity works in their localities.
Speaking out on his music journey in 2020, Robertson who is also a former member of gospel music group Fanatics described this year as a success despite covid19 precautionary measures interrupting live performances.
“2020 has been so good to me and I have managed to release 3 music videos and I went to perform in Zambia and people should expect huge things in 2021 and there more music on the way” He said.
He reiterates: “This year I released Confess a song that talks about unconditional love from God; he is always by outside even when sin to him. Then I released Bella. This was a love song, a dedication to my lovely mother and lastly I released Amakhala busy Which I featured shammah Vocalz and Saxess.”