Acclaimed Nigerian artist musician Sinach, who is additionally one of the main 10 most bought in craftsmen in Africa on YouTube, will get watchers a festival of bliss and opportunity during an hour long live transfer on her YouTube channel on Easter Sunday.
The virtual concert, Sinach Live: A Celebration of Joy, will be streamed exclusively on YouTube on Sunday, April 4 2021, at 6PM WAT. It promises a unique performance by this global star, who will bring an uplifting message of love, healing and hope through music during this Easter celebration.
Says Sinach: “I am particularly delighted to be able to connect with my friends from around the world on the YouTube platform, where they can expect me to minister some of my popular songs, and others from my new album, Greatest Lord.”
“Easter Sunday is a time to reflect on the resurrection of Jesus Christ and the celebration of life. I am extremely excited that, while this past year has been challenging for so many, we are able to connect on this platform to share uplifting songs during this long weekend.”
Says Google spokesperson, Addy Awofisayo, YouTube Content Partnership Lead, Google, Sub-Saharan Africa: “Music is a universal language that has the ability to uplift and connect people across the world. YouTube is proud to be able to host this very special concert from Sinach, and delighted to promote courage, optimism and joy at this time when it’s much needed.”
YouTube is a stage that helps music sweethearts find music they interface with. The stage has empowered melodic lovers to access, and motivation from music from across the globe. In Africa, YouTube has assumed a fundamental part in the revelation and improvement of the African sound, sending out African music to audience members around the world, empowering joint efforts inside the worldwide and provincial music industry, and speeding up the progress to advanced for fans on the mainland.
“We are exceptionally eager to have the option to present to Sinach’s A Celebration of Joy show to individuals in their homes this Easter Sunday,” Awofisayo adds.