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08 Oct

Award winning Gospel group Living Faith Connections Choir are flying the flag for a new wave of Gospel music in the UK and Africa at large. Having already been nominated at the Africa Gospel Music Awards for ‘Group/Choir Of The Year’ and reached the finals of the BBC Gospel Choir of the Year finals, the London based choir have now been nominated for ‘Best Gospel Act’, at the prestigious MOBO Awards.
The Living Faith Connections Choir released their debut album in 2013 titled Beyond The Norm, collaborating with award winning songwriter Evans Ogboi to create what has widely been regarded as one of the best modern Gospel albums to come out of the UK and Africa in recent times. The album’s lead single “Nobody But You” went on to win ‘Song Of The Year’ at 2013’s Africa Gospel Music Awards.
Living Faith Connections Choir now need your help to bring the MOBO Awards home! Taking place on October 22 at London’s renowned Wembley Arena, this year’s award ceremony also sees the likes of Davido, Wizkid, Tiwa Savage, Dr. Sid and Yemi Alade, along with Living Faith Connection Choir, all nominated for a MOBO award.
Please vote for Living Faith Connections Choir to win the ‘Best Gospel Act’ at the MOBO Awards here.

Living Faith Connections Choir – “Yahweh” (Music
Video):
www.youtube.com/watch?v=GgzmkJ-G2pI

Living Faith Connections Choir Perform “Total
Praise” On BBC:
www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p027fg60

RCCG’s Living Faith Connections Choir nominated for Mobo awards 2014 ‘Best Gospel Act’

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