Gospel singer Levixone has continued to showcase his prowess when it comes to singing releasing new songs. He has a new song dubbed ‘Hosannah’ that is running the streets and recently he dropped a video to it.
About the song
Hosannah is a praise song in which tells a story of his past history, growing up as child in the slums of Kosovo where he did not experience the love and care from his siblings despite the fact that he was a non violent. This hatred from his siblings and neighbours tortured him thus being by God’s grace
Shot in Ireland, the 2 minutes and 48 seconds video shot and directed by Ireland’s George B Griffin and edited by our very own Grate Make starts with a night scene shot that sees Levixone moving on empty streets after introducing the song before the director shifts our attention to the day scenes where we see him at a beach side with a very beautiful lake view.
It seems like he is the only person whom all the camera attention is all on throughout the video and he spices the video for the viewers pulling some rare dance strokes. The beautiful scenes do not seize to show up in the video as we later see Levixone standing next to waterfalls and another shot showing him standing next to a building that looks like a historical site
He concludes the video with a special round of applause to the Kale Kale Family and shared at quote from the book of Titus chapter 2 verse 11 that reads ‘For the grace of God has appeared that offers salvation to all people’.