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Crème Voices shine


ONE of Bulawayo’s upcoming gospel choirs Crème Voices on Saturday held a concert dubbed “Shabach” that attracted a host of choirs from the city.


The concert held at the Bulawayo Amphitheatre attracted groups and artistes such as Destiny Praise, Vocal Extraordinaire, Encounter Choir, Kirah, David Dexter and Chipo Dorothy.

Harvest House International Church minister Takesure Zamar was the guest of honour and the Worship Addicts closed the night with a bang.
Crème Voices manager Neville Dube said the concert was organised to worship God.

“We were given great talents and we ought to praise God using the gifts that He gave us,” he said.

“Crème Voices is going out as an example of how young people ought to be crazy when praising their God.”

Dube thanked the groups that turned up saying they had made the event a success.

“We could not have done this on our own. I want to appreciate everyone who gave us their time and resources to make sure the event rocked,” he added.

Crème Voices was formed two years ago when different musicians from several denominations came together.

“We started off as a 14-member group with singers from various churches like the Seventh-Day Adventist, Roman Catholic and other Pentecostal churches,” Dube said.

“We all have the same mentality of serving God regardless of our different religious background. We have had two concerts before this one.”

Crème Voices vocalist Vanessa Ziyambi said they were preaching the gospel through music.

“Music is one of the instruments that connect people to God. We are not performers, but we are ministers of the word through music,” she said.

“We invite all those who love God to come and be blessed as we minister to them.”

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