United States-based Nigerian artiste – Leon Remnant has stated that gospel music have the capability to transform the lives of young people across Nigerian’s states.
Leon, who recently released a new album titled ‘Faith Over Fear’, affirmed that if the youth in Nigeria live a righteous life, the fortunes of the country will turn around for good.
The musician with a latest 12-track album, featuring stars like Mike Abdul, Adam Songbird, Naomi Mac, Cmion and RUffman of the Streetmonks is of a strong opinion that these gospel artistes should be emulated as role models.
“My vision and goal is to bring a new concept to the gospel hip hop genre where the youth can listen to the message of God that will bring them salvation and save their souls rather than giving their attention to music that could lead them to destruction.
“Those on social media can check out our various handles including Instagram: leon_remnant, Twitter: Yaremnant, Facebook: Leon Remnant, for more songs and words that move them closer to the things of God.”
Leon Remnant started his music career at a young age performing in school, churches and concerts in Nigeria.
His latest album has tracks like – ‘Fall on me, Like you, Hold on, Zion, No Days off, peace of mind’ and others.