If you did not know Levixone, you would mistake his music for secular, especially when you find yourself grooving to it in a bar or nightclub. Many gospel artistes would have issue with this, but not this guy.
Levixone, real name Sam Lulus Lubyogo, has no trouble collobarating with secular artistes. He has songs with DJ Shiru, Flex D’paper and Daisy Ejang, among others. He has also performed at secular concerts and goes to the bar to promote his music, something that has not gone well with other gospel artistes.
The talk in gospel circles arose after the release of the singer’s song titled Turn The Replay. But Levixone said he is happy that his songs cut across. “I have always wanted to minister through music and if I am sending out a message in bars and people are drunk or not, I feel proud about it,” Levixone said, adding that I know Who I Am by Sinach cut across and was a big club banger but the singer has never complained about it.
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