African gospel music artist releases Christmas anthem
UNITED KINGDOM – The joy of the holidays is finally here and gospel musician Sam Adebanjo and Desire to Worship God are ringing in the holiday season with his latest hit “Papa O.”
WORLD TOUR CONTINUES
Music enthusiasts can see Adebanjo on the next stop on their world tour on Dec. 27 at the Manchester Arena. There, he will be performing beside the Grammy-Award winning and BET-Award Gospel Duo MaryMary; Super Star Gospel Praise; Worship Legend ‘Don Moen;’ Noel Robinson and many more; at the Festival of Praise Event.
THE DEBUT HIT ‘PAPA O’
Papa O is a track taken from the The Mission/Vision Album that will enrich spirits this holiday season. It’s music that is guaranteed to connect all Christians to the heart of God. The Music has a Heart of worship sentiment, which Adebanjo hopes will make God smile and those who listen will find peace and love of Christ. This is a worship song as become a regular worship song on a Sunday Morning Service. You can enter into the presence of the highest God with this song; the song is a deep experience and a great expression of love for God. The new single can now be downloaded for free via Sound Cloud and is getting great reviews in the United Kingdom, Africa and the United States.
ABOUT THE ALBUM
The first CD on the double disc album presents Adebanjo and DTWG in a whole new light. They’ve taken it back to their African roots; you’ll be sure to be dancing to the vibrant AfroBeats and singing along with the infectious African Gospel Praise. So whether you listen to this as you’re getting ready in the morning or in your car after a long day, this part of the album will definitely uplift, inspire and motivate you. This collection has a song for everyone; do you want something that is soulful, encouraging, R & B, rock, pop or Afrobeats? Well, The Vision/The Mission double-disc album has all of this and more!
The Vision behind the second disc is simple: Adebanjo & DTWG return to sounds you know and love, with this second CD on the double disc album. This disc features well-known artists such as Keshia McFarland, Osmond Collins, Decca recording-artist Kristyna Myles, Andrew Bello, Adrian T, and Muyiwa of Riversongz (Premier Radio, Turning Point TV, BBC Radio presenter and Recording Artist). Make sure to listen out for the sweet vocals of some of the members of the New Direction Choir in Chicago.
ADEBANJO & DESIRE TO WORSHIP GOD
Sam Adebanjo is the principal of this Urban Gospel singing team Desire to Worship God and has a passion to see change in the music industry. “I have seen the negative effect certain genre of music has had on many people I grew up with,” he says. This ultimately spurred a passion for “the lost” and the birth of Sam Adebanjo and DTWG.
Adebanjo went from being a Muslim, homeless and trouble with the law, but he found God and made a 180-degree turn.
Adebanjo and DTWG are becoming a household name in the UK Gospel Scene. It’s not surprising with their rich harmonies, soulful arrangements and contagious melodies. Their songs are influenced by their experience of their daily walk with God.
Founded in 2003, they have many accomplishments under their belts. They have shared the stage with Mary Mary, Emeli Sande, Muyiwa & Riversongz, Sonnie Badu, Ron Kenoly and many others. They have performed at celebrities wedding’s and events including BBC. It’s clear to see that their music is well received by people of all walks of faith.
Other notable recognitions includes their 2011 appearance on the Channel 4 show Jamie Oliver’s Christmas with Bells; receiving both a Praise-Tek Gospel Music Award in 2012 for Great Contribution to Gospel Music and taking home the BEFFTA Award 2010 for Best Gospel Act. Adebanjo and DTWG have also been nominated for Best Gospel Act in the following: Urban Music Award in 2010; the Gospel Music Awards in 2009 and 2010; and the MOBO Award in 2009.
Track Now Available on https://www.dtwg.co.uk or https://itunes.apple.com/gb/
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