Jubilee China Completes First Album "Rest"

Jubilee China Completes First Album "Rest" Successfully

Mar 06, 2017

 

In the morning of February 28, Jubilee Beijing staff together with two Jubilee members Yangyan and Wangqian started recording the first album "Rest" in Beijing record factory. During the process, they all full of joy, experienced God's protection and guidance.

Before recording the songs, Jubilee staff and members opened their heart and prayed together sincerely. When arriving at the recording studio, two of them individually prepared for recording. In the beginning, both of them were a little bit nervous and worried and their sounds would be raucous. However, after a period of time practicing, recording and with prayers from staff, they finally completed the fist album "Rest" successfully.

Thank God for leading them smoothly finishing the record and guiding Jubilee China to come a great leap in the road of music. May God continually add more professional musician to Jubilee China so that they can run together to experience and witness the amazing work of God. 

 

 

 

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