We must praise choir to perform at Molapo piazza
To connect with the audience through song and melody, bringing them closer to God and unleashing an outpouring of the Holy spirit to bring healing, hope and restoration. That is the essence of We Must Praise choir, vessels who have dedicated their lives to spreading the good news through gospel music.
Currently in their fifth year, We Must Praise is a Botswana based contemporary gospel ensemble made up of approximately (30) personnel inclusive of the band, vocalists and support staff.
Founded in 2019 by the current President of the Botswana Gospel Association Vusumusi Botshelo, the choir’s presence and footprint in Botswana remains unmatched, something they credit to their high-end and spectacular live recordings, corporate relations, excellence and consistency.
The choir has two albums under its belt, the first of which was released in 2016 christened ‘Give Thanks’ and the second of which was released in 2020 titled ‘Africa Unite’ . “Both albums were widely received and celebrated by both local and international markets; the physical CD copy sales were impressive as was the online/digital streaming,” said Botshelo.
The choir also scooped the best newcomer award at the BOMU awards in 2016 and subsequently in 2018 while its founder Vusi Botshelo scooped best youth in entertainment in Botswana.
Internationally, the choir has regularly stepped foot in South Africa and Lesotho at the invitation of churches and social clubs. Its founder went on to explain that they intend to continuously spread their wings to ultimately be counted amongst the most renowned gospel ensembles in the world.
This April 22nd, they will share the stage with Nigerian gospel giant Minister GUC and South Africa’s Bucy Radebe at the It is Possible music concert at Molapo Showcase Piazza. The event is a collaboration between Quick Clicks Investments and Vubo Music, which the choir is signed under.
At the night of endless possibilities, the choir promises to create an atmosphere of miracles, healing and liberation through their music.