Priscilla to release ‘Ntungululeni’
Published On August 13, 2022 » 2859 Views» By Times Reporter » Entertainment, Music
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By HARBGUY MWAMBAZI-
Is God still performing miracles?
This is the question gospel singer Priscilla Nsama will attempt to answer in her new music album entitled ‘Ntungululeni.’
Priscilla says she will soon release her new album which talks about the miracles and wonders of God.
“The God of miracles and wonders is the sole message behind the whole album, which means the album is giving thanks to God for all that he is doing in people’s lives,” Priscilla says in an interview recently.
She says people become victorious in life when they align their destiny to God.
The songbird, who could not go into details about the number of songs contained in her new album, called on gospel musicians in the country to work together and support each other.
“When it comes to connecting upcoming artists, gospel musicians need to be willing to help,” she says.
She says gospel musicians should also feature each other on songs and albums and desist from being too extravagant and overpricing of their music.
Priscilla says gospel music has the ability to touch the hearts of different people because it is very soothing and heals broken hearts quickly.
She says gospel music, especially the type that is based on the Word of God, is powerful and can accomplish the will of God in people’s lives.
She says gospel music is a sure and trusted medicine for the heart.
This year, Priscilla plans to work hard to ensure that her music reaches as many of her fans as possible.
The songbird, who holds a diploma in Environmental Health Technology from Chainama College of Health Sciences, also has a Bachelor of Arts in Development Studies with a major in Development Studies and minor in Public Administration from University of Zambia (UNZA.
She holds a Master of Arts in Development Studies and is specialised in Agrarian and Environmental Studies from Erasmus University in Netherlands.
She is currently pursuing a PHD in African Studies with the University of Cape Town in South Africa.

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