Ghanaian urban gospel act, KobbySalm, has released his new track ‘Rejoice’.
The song comes weeks ahead of the festive season celebration, aiming to make a statement with a brand-new Afro-Amapiano sound.
‘Rejoice’ in that new gospel tune that showcases the continent’s rich sound and diversity in the gospel music space.
KobbySalm has kept his head down, working hard to create music that inspires and entertains at the same time.
He does all this while giving a relatable connection through his instrumentation, cementing his place as one of the most commendable Gospel acts.
The song speaks of encourages everyone to rejoice regardless of whatever they may be going through, considering the tumultuous times we are experiencing today.
The lyrics of the song were inspired by Philippians 4:4 which reads “Rejoice in the Lord always: and again I say, Rejoice.“
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