Jay Jay’s ‘Doxa Movement’ to promote gospel artistes


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Budding gospel singer Jackson Bwalya also known as Jay Jay has created a movement to help young and ambitious gospel artistes promote their call.

The initiative is dubbed ‘Doxa Movement’ and is specifically established out of the passion the musician has, to help spread God’s message through music. He said the movement will give a chance for the young singers to expose their talents and special gifts God has given them through music.

Jay Jay himself has worked hard to push his music and he wants to be a link that will help other artistes.

The singer who released his first-ever single called ‘I am Free’ 2017 is working to involve as many young gospel singers as possible. “I am Free,” features Lucy and is a single about Jay Jay’s testimony that he uses to inspire young people to have faith and hope.

Last year, he released another single dubbed, “Fyafulisha”, featuring Lucy and Regina Mwanza. He is planning on more singles this year, to help him emphasize on the love of God.


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