By Staff Reporter
ONE of South Africa’s upcoming and much-talked about gospel musicians, Omega Khunou is in England for a series of gospel shows, he has spoken to The ZimDiaspora.com in an exclusive interview.
Omega is being promoted by Rainbow Entertainment & Promotions in conjunction with the Christendom Pentecostal Church based in Swindon, United Kingdom. He has performed in many other provinces around South Africa and has taken his talent to international heights in countries such as Holland, Lesotho, Botswana.
His first performance will be tonight in Manchester, Christ Dwelling Place Ministries, 12-16 Charter Street, Manchester, M3 1L. He will also perform tomorrow (23rd August 2014). For further information contact 01613127899 or 07427126704 or 07428564727. He will also perform in London on Sunday at the London Assemblies of God, Catford Church, 1 Glenfarg Road, SE6 1XN. Omega will the have his final show on Monday’s Bank Holiday in Swindon at the Central Community Hall, Emlyn Square, Swindon, Wiltshire, SN1 5BP. For information also call 07907033387, 07449930386.
Born in Rustenburg and bred in Koster (North West), South Africa, Omega told this online news that his biggest inspiration was to spread the “word of God”.
“I want to preach the gospel of God to all nations and I am doing this through music,” he said.
“I do this through sound and melody, propagating the message that Jesus died to save us. My music accommodates all ages, thus elders and youngsters. I produced mixed rhythms, that is the groovy sounds and slow ones,” he said.
Omega has since added four albums to his blossoming gospel music career. His latest song, Crossover is a hit and has already 8 500 copies in South Africa. His previous hit songs Besuka and Udumo sold 8 000 copies each.
There is no doubt that Omega is a future hit and is cushioning himself to dominate the gospel music industry. Don’t miss the shows of a blessed music genius.
Omega is indebted to his record company directors Spirit Music, Aubrey Peacocks and Oupa Montshiwagae.