Hallelujah – Celebrate Africa Ft. Kingdmusic

celebrate africa x kingdmusic hallelujah

Hallelujah – Celebrate Africa Ft. Kingdmusic

celebrate africa x kingdmusic hallelujah

Celebrate Africa and Kingdmusic Release Soaring Collaborative Dance-Afrobeat praise

song “Hallelujah” on 30th September

Celebrate Africa, an afro-dance music expression of home grown writers, composers and
producers from Harare, Zimbabwe, has teamed up with Denga “Kingdmusic” Takalani, multi-
award-winning artist, songwriter, worship leader and record producer, to release a new song to
capture a new anthem of hope for this generation.
​​The song titled “Hallelujah”, is driven by a melodic fusion of Afro-beats and victorious dance
music, written in two languages (Shona and English). In amongst all of the news and
expressions of defeat and depression, this is a song of victory.
Tommy and Daniel Deuschle, who started the Celebrate Africa collective, say of the song: “We
believe this is a call back to courage. A reminder to keep hope in their hearts and victory in their
hand. We know the details of defeat and depression. This song focuses on the picture of victory
that we all have. It’s closer than we think and sometimes we hear the sound of victory, before
we see it.”

Denga Takalani adds: “This song is a declaration that we will not give up, no matter what the
circumstances are. We will continue to praise God because He is good and His love endures
forever.”

Celebrate Africa’s unique sound combines trans-african choirs, unforgettable melodies and
hope-hitting beats. Drawing inspiration from the hustle, hardships and beauty of Africa, the
writing and artistry carries the tension of both the “struggle” and “freedom” of life in Africa, and
points to the One who gives true liberty.

“Hallelujah” is just one of the songs that Celebrate Africa has released as part of a collaborative
EP project. Other popular songs include “Makanaka” and “Home”.

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