- Kelly Khumalo plans to make a gospel album and perhaps leave behind any other kind of music
- The popular singer is set on making changes although she is admittedly worried if she's doing the right thing
- Kelly has already given Mzansi a fantastic gospel song, Jehovah
In an effort to continue growing her gospel career, Kelly Khumalo wants to release a gospel album.
In fact, the singer might just leave secular music behind altogether. Secular music is any music not written for the church.
According to TimesLIVE, Kelly made the announcement on Instagram after her performance at the launch of DStv's new channel, Trace Gospel.
Kelly has already given Mzansi a taste of her gospel singing prowess with Jehovah, and fans loved it.
Kelly feels something has changed in her.
"Something changed in me. My whole life, I have been trying to figure out who am I and what I am meant to do. I was convinced that doing secular music was exactly what I was meant to do, but after tonight I feel different."
But the singer admitted that she's scared.
"The thought of it scares me. It scares me so much because, for me, I love God, I respect God, and I think the biggest fear comes from whether I am making the right decision.
"What scares me is that I am leaving me behind. It is surrendering to the power that is God. This is one thing that I cannot be in charge of. It requires me to surrender and that scares me."
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