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Recording Promotes Bonding

Lead singer and composer Sanil Sami said they invested about $700 on their first recording in 2017 and more than $1000 on their second volume.
14 Jan 2020 13:19
Recording Promotes Bonding
Lead singer and composer Sanil Sami (standing third from left) with his Gospel group team in Labasa.

The group of 10 young boys who started singing during their Primary School days thought recording would be a better way to stay bonded and also to glorify God.

Lead singer and composer Sanil Sami said they invested about $700 on their first recording in 2017 and more than $1000 on their second volume.

They have seen that their business has been growing and their songs have reached more listeners around the world.

The new volume features 10 Hindi gospel songs.

“I have prayed and fasted for every lyric and composed every song by the power of the Holy Spirit,” Sami said.

Its costs $10 a copy for their album and Mr Sami said they spent all the money reaching out to lost souls through crusading and house to house fellowships.

“Our main focus is to tell the people about Jesus through music,” he said.

Despite the challenges they faced, especially with finances, Mr Sami said they still managed to put out their latest songs for the people.

He thanked all the supporters from both local and overseas for believing in them.

“Well we didn’t have that quality instruments and sounds but we thank God for whatever we had to Glorify Him.”

Their albums are sold at Apna North FM in Labasa. They also sell them in Taveuni.

Edited by Shratika Naidu

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