21 November 2012

Namibia: Blessed Son Spreads the Word With Album

With his third album, Blessed Son is bringing his gospel closer to the youth with a positive message.

Starting working on it this year, his third studio album titled Just Believe, he stresses he need for young people to start following the ways of God, and to live their lives according to the gospel. "The album is dominated by Hip Hop and RnB, which I feel best speaks to our young people and they can avoid getting themselves into situations. Young people will enjoy it and are able to relate to the words," he says.

He adds that the album, now completed, boasts with inspirational tracks which include Jesus, Fly remix and Its Not Over, all of which are meant to give day to day guidance to the youth. "The album is inspired by day to day happenings all around, the things that we go through and understanding that we need to include God in everything we do. A lot of our young people are not aware of this and find themselves in difficult positions because of that," he says.

Blessed Son says prior to this album, he released two albums, namely, Fearless 1 and Fearless 2 in2010 and 2010 respectively, which have since made their way to the airwaves. "This album also helps those that want to create a relationship with God. It simply guides them on what to do, and what not to do as they go about their daily activities in society. I promised myself that I would preach the word of God amongst my fellow youth," he adds.

Anyone who is interested in purchasing the album, it is now available at Christian Mobile in town.

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