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The Charambas’ Daughter Set To Release Second Single

Eternity the second daughter of celebrated gospel music royal family, Pastor Charles and Olivia Charamba is set to release her second single titled “Awesome Jesus”.

By George Swarei

In an interview Eternity remarked that the song which will be released on Friday 19 February 2021 is according the power couple an “expression of gratitude to God for His goodness to His Children in all seasons.”

Eternity declared that the song is a call to God to have His way on earth as it is in heaven.

“The times we are living in have proved to be quite difficult, we have suffered great losses but this song is a reminder that God’s goodness never ceases no matter the season, He remains our great hope,” she said.

Eternity revealed that the song’s video will premiere on YouTube on 19 February and will be available on all leading music digital platforms.

The song is as usual a family affair as it features Shalom Charamba, Tagamuchira Charamba, Pastor Charles and Amai Charamba on backing vocals.

The afro-fusion song with a Caribbean feel was co-produced by Pastor Charamba and
Anthony Gasani.

This single is a follow up to Eternity’s highly successful debut single “Tonamata Jesu” which received some rave reviews and hits on YouTube.

To show that music indeed runs in the blood of the family, Shalom is also set to release her own single in the not so distant future.

Speaking about her sibling Shalom, Eternity stated that last time they had a simultaneous release but this time around they decided to have a different approach.

She promised her fans that she will continue working with her siblings to release more beautiful music.

Speaking to 263Chat, Amai Charamba said, “We are praying and hoping for the best for Eternity’s release. Eternity is unique in her own way, and we as her parents have always encouraged her to be original and be serious with her musical career. We see God’s blessings and anointing on her music. It is our prayer that her music touches every soul young and old regardless of her age.”

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