Popular Kisii gospel artist Chirs Embarambamba has finally released the official video of his single christened Jesus is the final.
Well, if you thought that the new video will be more of dangling on the cow’s back, kneeling in the mud or maybe chasing animals and people, you are dead wrong.
The new release captured a modern music video setting whose final outcome could compete for the best video award not only in Kenya but the larger East Africa.
The new music video had beautiful garden sceneries, a ride in a posh jeep vehicle and an indoor setting that mirrors unmatched creativity that is comparable to none.
In a statement he shared after the release of the video, Embaramba noted that the new video is the best he has ever done in his entire music career.
“The best video I’ve ever done, thanks to Senator Okeng’o Nyambane,” he pinned the message at the comment section of the new video.
The controversial singer has gained traction across the country for his dramatic way of dancing in his music videos.
Dressed in his signature suit, either red or green, the dramatic singer has recorded himself severally running up and down in his video recordings to the dismay of many Kenyans.
The artist, however, kept performing the same way in his music videos despite numerous criticisms from a section of Kenyans.
When invited to tv interviews, the session always turned dramatic as the artist carried with him his signature dance moves to the studio.
The new release has, however, wowed his fans with many unable to believe that he managed the whole 7-minute video without a scene of him in the mud.