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C.H.R.I.M Drops Highly Anticipated Single ‘Duwa’ with Hemon

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Renowned gospel artist and poet, C.H.R.I.M, is set to make his mark in 2023 with his latest single, “Duwa,” featuring the talented singer, Hemon.

In an interview with Nthanda Times, the rapper, whose real name is Christian Mwase, revealed that the song is a celebration of love, relationships, and commitment, which he believes have been unfairly stigmatized in modern society.

C.H.R.I.M’s new project is highly anticipated by fans, and he has announced that “Duwa” will be his first release in 2023, set to drop on Friday, May 5th.

The artist’s unique blend of Gospel and Hip Hop music has garnered him a loyal following, and fans are excited to see what he has in store for them with this latest release.

C.H.R.I.M: I am set to release the single

In addition to “Duwa,” C.H.R.I.M previously released a spoken word-piece entitled “Polytricks,” which served as a cautionary artistic piece aimed at those in positions of power.

 The piece was part of his 2020 #FLH Mixtape, which is available on all international online digital stores.

C.H.R.I.M has always been known for his thought-provoking and socially conscious music, and “Duwa” promises to be no exception. With its message of celebrating love and commitment, the song is a timely reminder of the importance of healthy relationships. Fans are eagerly awaiting the release of “Duwa” and anticipating another great addition to C.H.R.I.M’s impressive discography.

The song was produced by Jaguar Paws and Sir Odilo

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