South Africa-based gospel musician Chance Gospel Music, real name Chance Saidi, has said he is determined to use music to minister the word of God across the world.
The artist described gospel music as an important instrument in God’s ministry and that it falls in the same category as preaching.
He said he was happy that his music had helped bring people close to God.
“Preaching the gospel through music is a beautiful thing and this has helped me know the word of God,” Saidi said.
He further said that, through gospel music, he wants to bring hope and the love of Jesus Christ to the world, drawing inspiration from the book of Psalms 95 verse 1.
Saidi came into the limelight in 2020 when he released his debut track ‘Hold On’ which was produced at Wage Records.
Last year, the gospel singer and composer recorded three tracks with Zimbabwean musician-cum -producer Dr Tawanda.
“It has been a proper ride with Dr Tawanda and I also did a track with him titled ‘Now It’s Time’ which is currently enjoying airplay in the country and neighbouring countries,” Saidi said.
He said he was looking forward to doing more collaborations having also managed to work with South African and Nigerian acts Bukul Dlamini and Buko in the track ‘Hallelujah’.
Saidi, who comes from Ntcheu District, said he has been inspired by a number of artists to grow his music and they include Sir Paul Banda, Ethel Kamwendo-Banda, Patience Namadingo, Sipho Makhabane, Buchi and Doen Moen.