By Angela Mutoni
Hymnos, a fast-rising gospel team consisting of two worshippers Noamie and Dedo alongside Tanzanian gospel recording artiste and a medical doctor by profession Dr Ipyana are putting the final touches on their highly-anticipated live recording concert to be held at Crown Conference Hall in Nyarutarama, on Thursday, June 24.
Hymnos, based in Kampala, is known for its Kinyarwanda and Swahili songs that have always inspired gospel music lovers in the region.
Some of their popular songs include Nubwo Amagambo, Majina Yote mazuri, Tumbira Umusaraba, Niko Salama among others.
Dr Ipyan was given the grace to serve the souls through divine inspirational songs. He is widely known for his songs like Niseme Nini, Ni wewe and Mile na Milele among others.
The Hymnos invited Dr Ipyan to join them in a live concert to record their sixth Album.
Before the event, the worshippers briefed the media about the preparations and expectations for the concert.
The worshippers explained that they all share a common vision of spreading the Good news of Christ to different people, which is why they chose to work together.
Dr. Ipyana, who is from Tanzania, says he first learned about Rwandan Gospel music from a famous group of Ambassadors of Christ. He came come to Rwanda for the first time in 2018 and thus developed a keen interest in Rwandan gospel music .
Dr Ipyan pointed out that worshippers should strengthen their presence with God.
Dedo and Naomie have been in preparations of the event since January this year. It was initially scheduled for May but was later postponed to June due to some disruption.
The Hymnos said they are well prepared for intensive praise and worship.
The two gospel artistes, Dedo and Naomie, explained that their relationship is fixed in Christ.
Naomie commented on the song “Salama”, which was revealed to them during COVID 19. The song conveys a message about how God protected them during difficult times.
Hymnos and Dr. Ipyana called on gospel music lovers to join them with prepared hearts to enjoy the extraordinary moment of praise and worship that God has made for them.