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Aye-F4r releases ‘Dreams’

Swakopmund based gospel singer Aye-F4r, gifts the aural universe a new jam titled “Dreams”. The song, described as a tale of hope and aspirations of a born again Christian, makes part of his third project that will be released later this year.


“The song speaks about how I was a lost soul and how I received Jesus Christ as my personal Lord and Saviour. It also speaks about struggles that I endured and overcame as a Christian. Life without Jesus Christ is meaningless, without purpose and full of vanity.” Aye-F4r said.

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The track explores themes of fellowship, faith and purpose. “I want my fans to remember that there is life after death and that the only way to inherit the kingdom of God is by giving our lives to Jesus Christ and to serve Him wholeheartedly,” said the Champion singer.


“Dreams” was released on Donlu Africa as well as on namibiamusic.com on Saturday, 23 May 2020. The song will also be made available on Aye-F4r’s YouTube channel as well as his Reverbnation, Audio Mack and Sound cloud accounts.


Aye-F4r is set to release his third studio project, which is an EP titled “For His Glory” in July 2020.

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