One of South Africa’s leading gospel groups Simply Chrysolite have arrived in Jamaica to perform at the ‘Fun in the Son’ gospel festival at the National Heroes Park. Simply Chrysolite was founded by Reverend Tim Omotoso from Global Outreach in South Africa. Their trip was made possible by leading British based Press and Marketing company PK Media LTd.
With their mixture of English and African dialects of Zulu and Yoruba, the six member girl group has been hailed as the band to watch out for in 2012 and it would appear that expectation in Jamaica is fever pitch.
Media representative, Paul Harrison from PK Media, a leading London based Marketing & PR Company who arranged the tour said: “Jamaica has really rallied behind this talented group of singers and their programme has been extended to include a performance at Kings House as part of the Mandela Day celebrations. They will perform before government leaders, dignitaries and the South African High Commissioner.
Simply Chrysolite’s international status will not only unite people across the region but we hope that their involvement will also strengthen the bond that exists between South Africa and Jamaica.”
Simply Chrysolite’s achievements are made more significant by the challenging and impoverished backgrounds they all come from; most of the girls are fatherless and have had no formal musical training however their talent, charisma and commitment to their faith has united fans across the globe.
Mark Weir from Flyer said: “Channels of communication are now opening across the Caribbean in particularly Jamaica. PK Media Ltd are at the forefront of change which can only be a positive.”
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