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“Giving Praises” – New single by Kingdom Soldier, available March 2, 2018

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(PRESS RELEASE VIA SNO) – Kingdom Soldier release new single titled “Giving Praises” on Friday, March 2, 2018 through Victory Sounds.

The second single from the newly-formed Christian label is imminent. The name may be new to you, but the artist behind the song is none other than singer-songwriter/producer Lenny Deneb who is now fully committed to the work of the Most High God and of the Kingdom of Jesus Christ, and therefore has decided to minister under the pseudonym of Kingdom Soldier.

“Giving Praises” is a hardcore reggae song with flowing melodies, passionate vocals with blazing horns reminiscent of Gregory Isaacs, Peter Tosh, The Wailers and Culture and it’s all in the pursuit of giving thanks and praises to the Father for His goodness and mercies. The song is available via CD Baby, iTunes, Amazon and all good digital download platforms.

This is the second single taken from the still under production compilation album ‘Gospel Revolution’. The first single ‘Noel Sa La’ was well received by the media with responses and positive feedback coming from as far as Portugal internet radio station Musicatotal.net.

Lenny Deneb aka Kingdom Soldier has been the recipient of rave reviews for his past works notably the 2010 release ‘Solidarity’ album. It was Charles A. Smith, The Entertainment Bank who stated ‘I was very moved by his lyrics, which are thought-provoking and real…he is a very gifted artist and the passion of his music comes through smoothly and solidly in the lyrics. Truthful messages are woven with precision into every verse.”

DJ Incarock said “intelligent lyrics, great beat, a classic song, unbelievably great” and DJ Stevetest commented “Nice lyrics. This is the kind of music and message we need to hear in music these days”.

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