Sinach Leads The Charge with Gospel Heritage Project, Joined By Sarah Téibo And More

Sep 15 2022

The Gospel Heritage project from Platoon (Apple Music), celebrating Gospel Heritage Month this September, features a brand new single from UK Gospel artist Sarah Téibo. 'Never Leave Me' was written and released for this exclusive project.

The playlist compiled by Platoon/ Apple music for this project features brand new music from Sarah, alongside some amazing gospel talent and legends - Sinach, Tim Godfrey, Chevelle Franklyn, Bishop John Francis, Becca Folkes, Volney Morgan, Lurine Cato, Juanita Francis, Sharyn and Isaiah Raymond; all singles are available on all streaming platforms from 2nd September.

Global gospel superstar Sinach leads the charge with her single “Winning”, a heartfelt song of declaration which affirms the infallibility of God's Word. The Waymaker singer says, “this song is the believer's victory cry, when faced with challenges and it comes from a place of absolute trust in God's Word.”

"Afrobeats meets Soul on 'Never Leave Me' my contribution to the project which is infused with lushly layered harmonies and an uplifting gospel message. The song is a reminder that even when life throws curveballs that overwhelm and isolate us, we’re never alone. God is with us and He’ll work it all out for our good", explains Sarah.

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