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Dr. Alfons Releases “Revival” Album to Ignite Hope and Optimism in Namibia

Namibian gospel artist, Dr. Alfons, recently released his latest album, “Revival,” inspired by the theme of reigniting the strength of a resurgent nation.

The album is a representation of Namibia’s recovery post-COVID, its flourishing economy, and its renewed hope and optimism, as declared by H.E. Dr. Hage G Geingob on December 31, 2022.

In a recent interview, Dr. Alfons shared that he started working on the album with Dj Chronics in 2021 but had to put it on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The album’s production resumed when the timing was perfect, as inspired by Ecclesiastes 3v11.

“This album speaks volume that our nation is recovering post-covid, our economy blossoming and our nation turning back to God with renewed hope and optimism,”

Dr Alfons said. “Revival” is a testament to Dr. Alfons’ unwavering faith in God and his desire to ignite hope and optimism in his country. The album features collaborations with Letti_G & The Messenger and Staley, and it contains four music videos, namely Omagano, On your Shoulders, Maranatha, and Revival.

Dr. Alfons’ “Revival” album’s message is timely and relevant, especially during these challenging times when people need hope, inspiration, and motivation to keep going. The album’s music videos offer a visual representation of the album’s message, and they are set to drop at the end of May, July, September, and November 2023, respectively.

The Namibian gospel music industry is quite vast, according to Dr. Alfons. He believes that people are hungry and thirsty for God, live shows, and more events, despite the disagreements that come with any industry.

The gospel music industry in Namibia is united, and its mission is to complete the great commission.As an accomplished musician, Dr. Alfons advises young and upcoming musicians to invest in themselves. He encourages them to study, work, do businesses, open savings accounts, invest, and launch their music internationally.

The world is now digital, and young musicians should take advantage of this opportunity to showcase their talents to a global audience.

“An advice to young and upcoming musicians: don’t only do music because you got the zeal and energy, rather invest in yourself, study, work, do businesses, open a savings account, invest, and launch your music internationally. The world is now digital,” he said.

In conclusion, Dr. Alfons’ “Revival” album is a timely reminder of Namibia’s strength, resilience, and unwavering faith in God.

The album’s message of hope and optimism is inspiring, and it is a testament to Dr. Alfons’ commitment to making a positive impact through his music.


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