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Single gospel house track for DJ LP Levels

Entertainment - Date: 09 June 2019

Written by: Silas Nduvheni / Viewed: 1277


A young gospel artist, Ronewa Ramadi, better known as DJ LP Levels, has just produced a single gospel house track, In Jesus Name.

With the release he wants to warn young people against drug and alcohol abuse. He used Tenda Dagada, better known as TD, as lead vocalist, while he is the producer of the track.

DJ LP Levels (28) was born and raised in Shayandima in a Christian family. He said that he started singing in the Sunday school choir of the Christ Worship Centre under Bishop Isaac Dagada. He became the sound engineer of the Worship House band and finally composed his single gospel house track, In Jesus Name.

“I looked and found out that young people are abusing drugs and alcohol and it destroys their future. With Jesus Christ there is life and hope for the hopeless people, and I urge young people to join me in going to church,” he said.

According to him, as the track is based on warning young people of the evils, he decided to launch the single gospel house track at Jericho Resort near Ha-Budeli village on Youth Day, 16 June.

He added he was currently doing marketing for his company, Dream Family and Entertainment, and anyone who wants to produce gospel music into house music can contact DJ LP Levels at  https://myoutubecom/watch: feature=share=gmilft68Q, his Facebook page: DJLP Levels, Twitter: DJ LP Levels. For bookings, fans can call him at 079 962 1580.



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DJ LP Levels with the single gospel house track, which he recently released.



Silas Nduvheni


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