A “Hallelujah” was raised as Celebrate Africa and KingDmusic released a new collaboration today.
The new praise song, Hallelujah, by the afro-dance musicians and producers from Zimbabwe and multi-award-winning South African artist and songwriter Denga “KingDmusic” Takalani, is “an anthem of hope for this generation”, say their promoters in a press release.
Hallelujah follows other successful collaborations including the songs Makanaka and Home.
You can listen to the new song on music platforms: https://ffm.to/ca_hallelujah
According to the press release, Hallelujah is driven by melodic fusions of Afro-beats and victorious dance music written in Shona and English — and is “a song of victory amongst the depression and war we are fighting globally and individually”.
Tommy and Daniel Deuschle, founders of Celebrate Africa say: “We believe this is a call back to courage. A reminder to keep hope in their hearts and victory in their hand. We know the details of defeat and depression. This song focusses on the picture of victory that we all have. It’s closer than we think and sometimes we hear the sound of victory before we see it.”
Celebrate Africa’s sound is uniquely combined using African choirs, heartfelt melodies and hope-hitting beats, says the press release. Their inspiration is drawn from both the “struggle” and “freedom” of life in Africa and points to Him, our source of life and direction.
Denga Takalani says: “This song is a declaration that we will not give up, no matter what the circumstances are. We will continue to praise God because He is good and His love endures forever.”
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