A Lilongwe-based outfit whose focus is to produce worship songs only is set to release two new songs and has re-iterated that they will continue dishing out the best of their art to spread the gospel through music.
The group operating under the banner, United for Worship, is multi-faith composed of young men and women from a different denominations.
“Since we come from different denominations, it is possible for people to access our music via their various churches,” said Nicodemus Katimba, the group’s executive director.
The two songs, Mulungu Akhale Nawo and Thanthwe Langa Ndinu, have both been produced by Airtel Trace a Star award winning musician Sam Mjura Mkandawire at his Nyanja Studios.
According to Katimba, people should expect transformation after listening to and digesting the message in their music.
Thanthwe Langa Ndinu is a rendition of a popular Blantyre CCAP Synod’s hymn that goes by the same title.
He said they will continue with worship nights across the country, which they had done since they started their journey.
So far, Nyasa Times has learnt, United for Worship has been holding worship nights at Sheaffer ICA Marque and Lilongwe Pentecostal Church among others.
“Apart from the worship nights we will as a team be rolling out other inspired initiatives whose focus is to turn people to God through music,” he said.
Founded in 2009, the group of twenty said music was a ministry through which they are able to exalt God, and announced that they will release their debut album before the year elapses.