Loyiso Bala Releases His First Studio 'Kingdom Come'

South African gospel sensation and music minister Loyiso Bala has released his much awaited new album titled ‘Kingdom Come‘, which is available now on all major digital outlets. Talking about the album He says: “The previous albums were live-recordings filled with tons of production, this being a studio-album, allowed me to really make each song as intimate as I possibly could.”
Co-produced by SAMA award winner, Crighton Goodwill, the album boasts of collaborations from talented musicians across the South Africa music scene such as SAFTA winner Bruce Retief, and SAMA winner, Marius Brower.
“The album is evidence of the working of a great team that really grasped the vision from the very beginning and who executed their roles far beyond my expectations”,
The offering also features newcomers Lebohang Kgapola on track Holy Spirit (Move Me Now), renowned worship leader Janine Price as well as Bala’s younger brother, Phelo Bala, who orchestrated the vocal arrangements.
An exciting addition to the collection is legendary worship leader, Don Moen, who partnered with Bala in a special mash up of the classics 'How great thou art and Great and mighty. The collaboration created quite a stir on social media earlier this year.
“Don taught me that worship shouldn’t stop at us just singing or preaching it, but that we should also live it by serving others. Some people need food more than they need bibles and therefore we should meet that need before we start ministering to them in words.” Bala shared.

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