Uh! It’s gospel time again. Dancehall gospel sensation Coopy Bly has bounced back with a jam titled Butamanya after over four months of absence.

Coopy Bly is a dancehall gospel artist who rhymes with such ragamuffin finesse. His music will resurrect your dancing ghost.

Gospel music fans can’t miss secular music because his music got all the vibes that would lift you from your seat.

In his latest single, Coopy Bly speaks about evil spirits that attack the church. It must have come at the perfect time when renowned city pastor Aloysius Bujjingo is involved in a bitter split with wife allegedly over Church property.

The song was written by Coopy Bly himself and produced by Josh Wills. It was mastered by Jeremy R in Backyard studios. Listen to it below.

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