The `wakwiya ndi mfiti` hitmaker has now produced two gospel tracks titled Sanalore and Mtima wanga at Lohay studio.
In the new song sanalore the artist is explaining about how God has passed him through difficult times and not allowing him to go astray to an extent of becoming his son.
Listening to the songs one would still hear the same touch of Kumbu but with a slower tempo compared to his previous secular songs.
“I feel happy to a gospel artist now. I am also thankful to entire gospel fraternity which has welcomed me and accepted me as their own,” said Kumbu.
Kumbus Sentiments are contrary to a tradition that goes with artists who join Gospel from secular who have found it tough to associate in the gospel.
“I have so far managed to perform in Mzuzu, Lilongwe and Blantyre before a gospel audience and am impressed,” added Kumbu.
Kumbu rose to a stardom in 2009 when he released Wakwiya ndi Mfitia and Uzandimenyesa Ndewu songs which were a darling to many urban hits lovers in the country.
In 2010 he was signed by Tay Grin`s Black Rhino but left the label without releasing any album.