Guyanese gospel singer nominated for 7 Caribbean Gospel Music Awards

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Guyanese gospel singer and producer, Samuel Medas, has been nominated for seven Caribbean Gospel Music Awards. The nominations were announced two days ago. The award showMedas mainlogoand festival will take place in The Bahamas in the latter part of 2016.

Medas has been nominated for Contemporary Vocal Performance of the Year (“Love Letter from Heaven”); Soca Vocal Performance of the Year (“They Don’t Know”); Album of the Year (“Ink of Intimacy”); New Artiste of the Year; Praise and Worship Recording of the Year (“Never Leave”); Reggae Vocal Performance of the Year (“The Truth”) and Song of the Year (“Love Letter from Heaven”).

The artiste expressed his excitement to be nominated alongside iconic names in Caribbean Gospel Music, like Sherwin Gardener, Papa San, DJ Nicholas, Positive, Jermaine Edwards and Gates Praise. He contended that these were the people whose music he grew up on and they continue to have a huge influence on him.

“I’d love to say hard work paid off, but I know all too well that me reaching this far, and being nominated out of hundreds of other great artistes is just by the grace of God. And there’s an untold testimony behind that too. Thanks to the people who push me to higher heights,” Medas said.

The young singer is one of the most sought-after local gospel artistes and also produces music full time for a number of other gospel singers. He has repeatedly said that his music and his albums showcase his personal relationship with God.

(Times Entertainment)

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