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No Longer Slave cover by Nam Gospel United stirs emotions

The new gospel track from Namibia Gospel United will transform you in ways you never imagined.

This happens to be personal testimonies from the Namibia Gospel United artists and as a result they made a cover of a song that speaks to them, hopefully to speak to their fans.

Featuring some of the best gospel artists in the country singing in their vernacular as well as English, the No Longer a Slave is indeed one for the books.

The music video that was released three days ago by desert films already has 9461 views on YouTube. The artists expressed that working on the project was not all breezy as the original is by Bathel Music and matching up to their standard was something they had to perfect.

The video features a few of the 29 Namibia Gospel United artists and was shot within 24 hours.

Shortly after the release of the video people start commenting with their own experience. Mesias Alfons commented by saying that he once too use to live his life in bondage and has broken free from the bondage of worldly sin.

Another fan commented saying that she was deeply touched by the song and many more Namibian artist should convert to Christianity.

“I am no longer a slave to fear ” sang Lady May Africa. She says that she is no longer afraid of things she used to fear before and that everything is possible through Christ.

Hip hop artist turned gospel singer Jericho joins stating that even through tough times the Lord never felt his side and the the Lord loves him. He says that his been through a lot but the Lord has been there with him through all this hard times.



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