Perpetual Sounds of Praise promises strong message

December 29, 2016
Contributed Nadine Blair (front) and the members of her group, Perpetual Sounds of Praise.

Nadine Blair says that her group, Perpetual Sounds of Praise (PSP), will be bringing messages of praise, worship, and encouragement when they take the stage for the AIM First Fest set for the Ranny Williams Entertainment Centre in St Andrew on Monday.

The gospel festival will feature the likes of famous American pastor Dietrich Haddon but will also have local entertainers like Kevin Downswell, Jermaine Edwards, Judith Gayle, Kerron Ennis, Prodigal Son, DJ Nicholas, and others on show.

Blair says that her 30-member group hopes to transform minds with its presentations on the night.

"PSP is all about worship. What happens in the spirit is bigger than what happens in the natural, and my aim is to bring persons into a mindset of worship, true worship to God," said Blair, who also revealed that her group is planning to release an album in 2017.

"When you bring people there, the problems, the situations they left at home, even the things that happen in the nation begin to change in the spirit, and then they see the manifestations in the natural."


To achieve this, PSP will be performing a number of songs that it believes will bring people to this desired state of mind.

"We are going to be doing a song that I wrote last year - Way Maker - that is doing really well now. We don't sing our songs a lot, so our aim this year is to do more original songs. That song is really about encouraging people to say no matter how it looks dark, God can make a way when there is no other way," she said.

Blair said that they would also perform a remix song called I Know Who I Am by a Nigerian artiste.

"We put a twist on it, so we are looking forward to doing that," she said.

In those songs, Blair says that patrons will find solace.

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