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Vinka returns after a one year break


It hasn’t been a good year for many in the entertainment industry but for the few who have had a tremendous year, it’s only prudent to thank the Lord. Vinka who has been off the grid for a year now has made a comeback with a new song where she is simply giving thanks.

The Sony Music recording artiste last week released her first single since taking a maternity break titled ‘Thank God‘ and the afro dance-pop track was produced by Tanzanian producer Lizer from Wasafi Records.

The song’s visuals were shot by Swangz Avenue Film and directed by Marvin Musoke and the video features youthful dancers from Kampala Pentecostal Church (KPC) clad in white choir gowns and bright pink suites. Other scenes of the video were shot in an actual church reinforcing the gratitude message in the song.

Vinka has a lot to be thankful for when it comes to her music career and her personal life. aside from welcome a child, she has managed to stay relevant on the Ugandan music scene despite many counting her out. In less than five years, she has only managed to release some hits along the way but managed to sign a long-term contract with Sony Music, one of Africa’s biggest labels.

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