Peninah Musula is a talented Luhya Gospel artist passionate about music and storytelling. Born and raised in Kakamega, Western Kenya, Peninah developed a deep appreciation for music from a young age. She began singing and performing in her local church choir, where her unique voice and captivating stage presence quickly gained attention.
Peninah’s music draws inspiration from her cultural roots incorporating traditional Luhya rhythms and melodies into her contemporary style. Her lyrics often touch on themes of love, identity, and social issues showcasing her ability to connect with her audience personally.
In addition to her musical talents, Peninah is also an accomplished songwriter and composer. She takes pride in crafting her original songs and melodies, infusing them with her experiences and emotions. Her ability to create authentic and relatable music has garnered her a dedicated following within Kenya and beyond.
Over the years, Peninah has released several successful albums and singles, receiving critical acclaim for her powerful vocals and meaningful lyrics. Her music has been recognized with various awards and nominations, solidifying her place as one of the top Luhya artists in the industry.
Beyond her musical career, Peninah is also involved in philanthropic work, using her platform to advocate for social change and support charitable causes. She is passionate about using her voice and talent to inspire and uplift others, particularly marginalized communities.
Peninah Musula continues to be a prominent figure in the Kenyan music scene showcasing the richness and diversity of Luhya culture through her music. Her dedication to her craft and her genuine connection to her audience makes her an artist to watch as she continues to make a lasting impact in the industry.
With a solid devotion to Christianity, Musula utilized gospel music to express her faith and connect with others. Her talent and dedication earned her recognition within the gospel music industry, particularly following the release of her songs “Ndi Khulukendo” and “Khandi Khuchende Mwikulu”, contributing to her rise as a respected gospel artist in the Western Region. Her songs were always the pillar in Western burials; they were all meant for the grief.
Whether Peninah succumbed to death after illness, she was nursed at Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital in Eldoret, where she died. She was buried in her home Lwandeti, Kakamega County Western region, on the 15th of July, 2023 – Saturday.
Penina Musula left behind Children, Grandchildren and great-grandchildren. She was a celebrated Mother and grandchildren to many who were happily living to see her. May her soul rest in peace