DOWNLOAD ALBUM CHINWE KINGS – HALLELUYAH
Chinwe Kings – real name Chinwe Kingsley Ogbeide – is a Nigerian gospel singer, songwriter , wife , mother, and minister.
Chinwe Kings grew up in the Eastern part of Nigeria where she had her primary, secondary, and tertiary education. After Chinwe Kings graduated from college (Enugu State University of science and technology) she got married to an Engineer. Who later became an RCCG Pastor, Kingsley Ogbeide.
Inspired by God’s faithfulness and love, influenced by Juanita Bynum, Yolanda Adams, Cece Winans and Sinach, Chinwe Kings has the vision to impact/reach out to her generation with the love of Christ through inspirational songs and Teachings… Lifting Jesus up everywhere she goes that He may draw all men to Himself.
Chinwe Kings owns and manages a digital music studio and a music training school. She started music professionally in 2010, and released her debut album titled “Praising Jesus Is My Hobby” in 2013. With songs like Eze , Yahweh and 12 more, she unveils her 2nd album titled “Halleluyah”
“Halleluyah” is blessed with great praise & worship songs written and performed by Chinwe Kings, produced by E-Tracks, co produced by Hassan G.
Chinwe Kings encourages us to develop a lifestyle of thanksgiving as she make various prizes available to listeners through a giveaway program she tagged, Halleluyah Dance Challenge. She is calling on Christians to recognize things God has done, is doing, or things they are believing him to do and SHOW FORTH his praises! Let them praise his name with dancing (Psalm 149:3)
General rules for the giveaway is … Dance to ‘Hallelujah Dance’ track #1 on her sophomore album, record solo or group and upload video to Instagram with the tag, @Chikingsoo #HallelujahDanceChallenge
She is giving away a free copy of The HALLELUYAH Album, A customized T-Shirt, and airtime worth over ten thousand naira to the most liked dance video. The program runs for 14 days. See poster for more Giveaway Information.
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