Ever fallen out of love with your art? Read a part of my story as a singer/songwriter...
Welcome to the second entry of #dssjournals aka Singer/Songwriter Journals. It's all about me, singing in front of about 2000 people in a little area of Valencia! The conference began on the 5th Aug, when My friends and I went there to register. I got my name tag and wrist band (which i always forgot... Continue Reading →
https://youtu.be/T0Du0fTWErs It is no coincidence that life's tragedies come around more frequently than ever, with almost no time to heal from the last hurt. Still, it's shocking when we see it on the news, and the photos on the TL, and the loss of hope in the world's eyes. I'm sorry. In a time like... Continue Reading →
I started singing and songwriting about four years ago, around the age of 16. I was so excited by my songs and how God allowed me to write so quickly. I was at the beginning of my journey. During the years after, I began singing in groups and choirs and eventually I kind of neglected... Continue Reading →
So One Sound were at the Youth Gospel Music Expo 2014 in Derby on the 26th April 2014, supporting Destiny Malcolm, and lots of other great talent. If you weren’t there, you definitely missed out!
The event took place at the Riverside Centre, right next to Derby County’s Pride Park stadium, and was in the format of a competition of three rounds, whittling down the artists from 8, to 6, to 3. There were 4 judges: Camelia Bran, Diana Sinclair, David Brooks and Lisanse Changwe, who gave the artists encouragement as well as constructive criticism and positive feedback.
Congratulations to the winners, Scripture Says, for their amazing performance, Jericho, which you can check out here:
Watch out for the official One Sound video coming soon – like their Facebook page as well for updates from them!
Destiny was one of the three finalists – check out her performance…
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