With a clear focus on collaboration and human connection, Praise Lubangu’s journey started in 2020, posting covers which led her to create relationships with various artists online, including collaborator Jonathan Ogden. In her time in the industry, Praise has featured on BBC Introducing and BBC 1Xtra, as well as being playlist curator at Amen Worldwide, a platform that promotes the indie Christian music scene.
Another example of her passion for collaboration and the Christian music scene, she has led the project “Songs for the People” which features artists such as Asha Elia, Rebekah Young and herself, and is now Artist Relations and Wings Music Group, truly showcasing her natural propensity to connect and build bridges between artists and industry professionals. Her debut album is due in October 2023.
One of Praise Lubangu's earliest releases, 'God Is Love' takes a turn in this soulful but power-packed stripped back version. An unusual piece of songwriting, without a clear structure and no chorus, the song is set to grab you and take you on a special journey.
Featuring on Praise's debut album 'In Times Like These', the soulful cut 'Citadels' speaks about embracing faith. In Praise's words: "it’s a song about finally opening up to God, after feeling for so long that I had to sort myself out first, but my faith is that God has a heart for brokenness”.