I See More Light In Gospel Than Secular Music - Chante

Talented gospel music act Akhagha Daniel a.k.a. Niel-Chante will be launching his exceptional blockbuster and spirit-filled gospel album.  The song which is a contemporary gospel dancehall, reggae, highlife, worship and praise tune is a splendid declaration of God’s supernatural power.
  The album which is an affirmation of God’s authority guarantee that the word of God can be trusted, is a seven tracks album, and the tracks include; Wetin I Fit Do, Chante Halleluyah, You’re The Way, among others.  It will be launched on May 6, 2017 at Caleb University, Ikorodu, Imota, Lagos.

In his word, Niel-Chante, a Computer Science undergraduate of Caleb University says” I am into gospel music because I see more light in gospel than secular music and also because the Bible says, “Seek the kingdom of God first, other things shall follow.”

He started his music career at age 10 from the church.  He was once a member of RCCG and now a Winner.

Speaking further, the Imo State born budding singer who featured Nikki Spooner, the white Oyinbo lady who sings in Yoruba and Igbo languages explained that his music career would not affect his other business interests, and schooling “This is my ministry and I am giving it all because the very essence of living is to discover your purpose and pursue it.

I will not fail to appreciate my parents who have been supportive and lead me into the right direction of Christianity and also my pastors for helping me discover my place in God and also teaching me the word of God that has kept me strong till date.

Popular gospel artiste, Paul Friday a.k.a. Omo Abule, Nikki Spooner amongst others have been contacted to grace the album launch.
On his mentors, Chante says, “I like Tim Godfrey and Chioma Jesus.”

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