Singer Ephraim Mtalange says he is ready to crossover into 2018 in worship and praise with gospel lovers.
And at Mulungushi International Conference Centre this weekend, Norway based Zambian gospel artiste Jojo Mwangaza will be joined by other veteran gospel artistes that include Lumbani Madoda, B.M. Sampa, Joyce Nyirongo and the Ngosa brothers.
Ephraim New Year’s Eve ‘Crossover concert’ will feature music from his new album “Mulecita ifipya”, which project is his latest offering since the release of his ‘Teti Ntwishike’ and ‘Preserved’ albums previously.
“I’m urging everyone to come and experience God. We have done everything we could possibly do to make sure that this event is a success. We have now left everything in God’s hands. When doing ‘Mulecita ifipya’ God gave us a vision that he would do greater things, and he is doing something new,” he said.
“There are songs on the album that some people haven’t listened to like “Ndi mwana wenu”, which is my favourite song and talks about Christians calling on the name of God in all situations that we are faced with.”
The event will also feature Rachael, Manaseh, Esther Chungu, Reuben and One Praise.
“My appeal is that all people that have attended all the past crossovers should invite non believers and people that haven’t experienced the crossover to come through and get saved through worship,” said Ephraim.
And at Mulungushi International Conference Centre Norway based Zambian gospel artiste Jojo Mwangaza will be joined by other veteran gospel artistes that include Lumbani Madoda, B.M. Sampa, Joyce Nyirongo and the Ngosa brothers.
The event dubbed Legends of Gospel Music concert organised by Christian Arts Promotion will also feature South African gospel singer Itani Madima.