Enock Singongo gets Kenya deal


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HAVING successfully launched his music career as a film producer and director, Enock Singongo has since diversified and made some strides in his new field as gospel music producer. In 2015, as a filmmaker, Singongo, 24, was responsible for such films as The Truth Shall Reveal the Power of God and Light & Darkness, which are expected to premier on the small screens soon.
But after successfully launching his career as a gospel music producer for some of the local Christian musicians, Singongo has since landed himself a lucrative deal in Kenya.
The former Isoka Boys Secondary School pupil (he completed in 2011) revealed that come next month, he will be heading to Nairobi, Kenya where he has been linked with that country’s gospel songbird, Batuli.
“I will be travelling to Kenya next month for some video shoots and productions with that country’s gospel songbird, Batuli,” shared Singongo.
Singongo also stated that while in Nairobi, he is more than likely sign some lucrative contracts with that country’s music producers and artistes for possible works in future.
Before heading to Nairobi, Singongo said he would have finalised working with some of the local gospel artistes’ videos which he is producing.
“I want to shoot and produce more quality local videos and hope they can make the global channels,” said Singongo.
Under his music production Dar es Salaam Media, Singongo has since produced some videos which have made the continental channels including in United Kingdom.
Notable videos which Singongo has shot and produced include those of Promise titled Alenchemenena, Vincent Mwewa’s Ilange and 1 Matteyo Fujimori’s Ananidoba.
“I have also shot and produced some quality videos for Pastor Shonga titled Lisumbulwe as well as Martha Nachinga’s Nanaka which have already premiered on most local music channels including CBC, Prime, QTV, ZNBC and Diamond TV,” Singongo revealed.
For Promise’s videos, Alanchemenena and Tamwanakile, they have also found their way on some international music channels such as Christ Meal of Ghana and Trend TV in the UK.
The song Alenchemenena also won Promise the Pan-African Radio Song of the Month for December and January.
Singongo, who is the fifth born in a family of nine, said he would strive to make quality videos which will compete internationally.
“We have good songs, all that is remaining is to produce good videos which can be readily accepted on international platforms such as Channel O, One Gospel, Trace TV and MTV Base,” said Singongo.
Married to Petronella, with whom he has a 3-year-old daughter named Lista, Singongo’s dream of becoming an established music producer and filmmaker dates back in his school days at Isoka Secondary School where he was actively involved in drama activities.
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