LOCAL a cappella gospel group Family Voices is working with one of South Africa’s leading recording studios Jazz Worx on its debut album due for release sometime this year.
Brighton Ncube, one of the all-male group, confirmed the latest developments to Southern Eye Lifestyle in an interview.
“We are engaging with South African recording studio Jazz Worx Studios on our debut album. We love the sound quality of the Jazz Worx,” Ncube said.
“The possible title for the album is Time for Breakthrough. We felt it is our time to do great things as a group. We have been in the music circles since 1999, yet we do not have an album to our name,” Ncube added.
The 12-track album will consist of tracks such as A ah, a song which talks about the second-coming of Jesus Christ, Stay with Me, which pleads with God to stay within an individual, and the possible title track Time for Breakthrough.
Family Voices sings in Ndebele, Shona and English.
Ncube added that the group had staged live performances with encouraging feedback from audiences, hence the need to record their first album.
Family Voices is affiliated to the Family of God Church which has produced the likes of Eric Moyo, Victor Adams and Mkhululi Bhebhe, who is with South Africa’s Joyous Celebration.