'Triple T' Celebration - Covenant Voices Drop Debut Music Video & Scoop 2 Award Nominations!
Covenant Voices are dropping their debut music video on vevo, youtube, muzutv & daily motion, 'Children (Medley)' on 14th August, 2015. This blockbuster video was produced by Ray Magagula at 3 separate locations in South Africa - The Phezulu Safari Park Hillcrest; uMhlanga Lighthouse, and uMhlanga Pier in Durban.
The song (available for download on all good online stores) which is in a mixture of Zulu (South African language) and English illustrates how Children are singing, how Parents are praising and worshiping God till they come to joyful tears, making everyone happy. The song explains to all thatJesus died for our sins, and took us out of darkness. It also praises Jesus as the King of Heavens, and encourages every nation to arise and be ready because Jesus is coming back soon.
Children (Medley) which was recorded in the studio, shot, and published within 6 days, is turning heads worldwide - and currently notched 2 music award nominations in the United States of America at the 2015 Utah Music awards, and the August 2015 edition of Akademia awards in Los Angeles. Also Covenant Voices currently [13 August July 2015] top the Reverbnation Christian/Gospel chart in Durban, and the whole of South Africa, and are 95 in the world.
Covenant Voices are an 80 band South African mass gospel choir, mentored by Rev. Tim Omotoso, the senior Pastor of Jesus Dominion International (J.D.I.) and founder of Tim Omotoso Global Outreach (T.O.G.O.). They are based in Durban, South Africa, and their music has Traditional Zulu, Jazz, R&B and Contemporary influences. Their ages range between 16 and 39.
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Music Video (Youtube): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fKIw11HSIKU
Music Video (Vevo): http://www.vevo.com/watch/QMGR31522651
More about Covenant Voices
The choir was founded and named in 2007 by Rev. Tim Omotoso, after he hosted gospel music auditions, a first for the organization in Durban. This became the first initiative of the Youth Empowerment Project (Y.E.P.) of Tim Omotoso Global Outreach.
It has to be said that the singers had no previous training or experience when the choir was formed, just raw talent polished with 'the Triple T' of Rev. Tim Omotoso. In November 2007, Covenant Voices performed at the T.O.G.O Gala Dinner held at the Durban ICC in South Africa. The likes of President Jacob Zuma (South Africa); and the Former Minister of Health (Kwazulu Natal) Ms. Peggy Nkonyane; were just some of the dignitaries and prominent personalities that were invited to the gala event.