DJ Nicholas collaborates with US group
The song Worth was a number one hit on Billboard's Hot Gospel Songs chart in 2015 for American urban contemporary gospel act Anthony Brown and group therApy.
The song resonated with gospel artiste DJ Nicholas.
Fast-forward to four years later, and DJ Nicholas was contacted to collaborate with Brown.
"Someone from Anthony's team contacted me and said Anthony had a song on his upcoming album that they felt I would be fit for," DJ Nicholas shared.
The song, All Night, All Day, is among several collaborations on Brown's fourth studio album, Second Wind, that is to be released later this year by independent gospel label Tyscot Records.
Nicholas spoke about the benefits of collaborating with international artistes.
"Collaborations with US artistes open doors for other collaborations and also more opportunity for international exposure for the ministry," he said.
Gospel singers Tasha Cobbs, Erica Campbell, formerly of the duo Mary Mary, Natalie Grant and Jonathan McReynolds are also featured on Second Wind.
This is not the first time that DJ Nicholas has collaborated with American gospel musicians.
He teamed with Todd Dulaney on You Are the Reason and You Make Me Wanna.
In 2016, he was featured on Deitrick Haddon's On the Way. Trinidadian gospel act Sherwin Gardner was also featured on the track.
DJ Nicholas described working with Brown.
"He's very professional and he's also a worshipper," said DJ Nicholas.
Anthony Brown and group therAPy are known for hits including Trust in You, I Got That, Trust in You and Bless the Lord.
Originally from Maryland, Anthony Brown and group therAPy have been recording since 2012.
Nicholas has been working on several new tracks which are in the final stages of production. He also has performances lined up for Nevis and Guyana next month.