Ringtone Crying For Help

It has gotten hard

By  | Apr 08, 2021, 05:14 AM  | Ringtone  | Top of The

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Barely a fortnight since he said he did not need support from Kenyans to succeed, gospel artist Ringtone Apoko has now turned for help.

Ringtone took it to his social media pages to cry to the public over the lack of support he and other gospel artists receive in the country.

He claimed that being a gospel artist in Kenya is hard since most Christians neither listen nor support gospel music.

"SINGING GOSPEL MUSIC IN KENYA IS THE HARD JOB BCOS CHRISTIANS ARE REFUSE TO LISTEN OR SUPPORT TO GOSPEL MUSIC," Ringtone wrote on his Instagram page.


A few days ago, Ringtone told Kenyan that he was not where he is at the moment because of their support but because of the support of  God.

"I am a son of God and let me tell you the truth, I am not here because of your support... Am here because of God," Ringtone said in a video posted online.

He maintained that his present condition had nothing to do with his talent but because God has outwitted his haters.



His about-turn comes after he released his new song, Backslide, which at the time of the publication had gathered over twenty-five thousand views on Youtube and was trending at number 28.

According to Ringtone, his new song has garnered such a few views due to the lack of support gospel music gets in Kenya.

Ringtone released the new jam at the time he is facing rape accusations from socialite Bridget Achieng and several other women.

Ringtone Apoko asking Kenyans to support gospel music. Photo: Courtesy


In his new song, Ringtone says that he can not backslide since it is God how has enabled him to reach where he is today.

Ringtone further notes he is of God and he cannot be found in nightclubs.

"Utanipata church nikiwa ninasali... Mimi ni wa Yesu utanipata church. Mimi ni wa Mungu hautanipata club,"  Ringtone says in the song.
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