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IC GOSPEL ON SET TO RELEASE A NEW SONG

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Lilongwe based Gospel artist and worshipper, Pempho IC Gospel real name Pemphero Innocent Chipeni, is set to release his latest Chorus Single titled a Living Testimony on 31st March 2021.



In an interview Pempho disclosed that the song depicts his honest exaltation of the goodness and greatness of the Almighty God, whose love is genuine and unchangeable to the humanity. The song A Living Testimony is a continuation of his previous release which stroked airwaves in the country around the years 2018 and 2020. The song Limitless stressed on how God made a Man with authority to rule over nature and declare things through Faith regardless of the physical challenges faced.


“I do believe that I live because Jesus Christ lives, a wiseman must always sit down and see through where he is going and coming from. Our lives doesn’t work magically, there is greater power above us that operate every being. As an individual, you don’t need to have billions to find reasons of testifying the greatness of the Creator. Life itself is a great testimony that the dead would love to still have. So the song is there to remind the busy world to see the great things in their everyday living that they should thank God for” Gospel Said.

The artist, who is a journalist by profession and ventured into music as a secular artist in 2008 once formed a duo group with his friend Wikise before getting born again 4 years ago in 2017. The song was produced by famous Madela of clasick records and will be premiered in different local and international radio stations on the 31st March 2021, but the song can be pre-ordered through his page Pempho IC Gospel.

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