Gino Luv extends his reach

Gospel rapper and singer Gino Luv, who recently got featured on a music platform in the United Kingdom, shares his excitement about exporting his music abroad.

03 July 2020 | Art and Entertainment

MICHAEL KAYUNDE

WINDHOEK



Visions TV Online, an online streaming platform in the United Kingdom, has featured big Christian artists like Donnie McClurkin and Kirk Franklin. And now Namibia's own gospel singer and rapper Gino Luv has been added to that impressive list too.

Asked what being featured on this prominent platform means to him, Gino Luv said that it's an amazing feeling knowing that his music is available beyond borders.

“This means I am able to touch so many people, way more than I could have ever imagined.

“God has truly extended my level of influence and I can't stop praising him for doing just that,” Gino Luv added.



International audience

On how important it is for his music to reach international audiences, the musician said this is pivotal, as he takes pride in spreading the gospel through music and international platforms like Visions TV Online will aid in getting his message across.

“This is only the beginning. If all goes well, I'm hoping to perform in London once the current global pandemic is under control,” he said.

Moreover, the Christian singer and rapper revealed that he is working on new music projects set to be released soon.



In the pipeline

He also disclosed that he is working on a song with Elzine Johnson. “We recorded the song at Nautilus Studio at Swakopmund and we are planning on shooting a music video for it with Vintage Rose.

“I am also working on a collaboration for Cittos' album called Jon Ken Vry, which is set to be released soon.

“So, it is a busy year for me and I am excited to share this music soon,” Gino Luv said.

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