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Time for a change as Charles Granvile hits Niger-Delta with the music invasion

Very often, Nigeria’s troubled region of Niger-Delta is in the news for all the wrong reasons.  However, ‘Niger-Delta Ambassador’ himself, Charles Granville is putting the area on the map with the critically acclaimed singles and video from his 2011 album, ‘Wired For Greatness’. The ‘gospel’ album does not only showcase the rich culture and depth […]

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Very often, Nigeria’s troubled region of Niger-Delta is in the news for all the wrong reasons.  However, ‘Niger-Delta Ambassador’ himself, Charles Granville is putting the area on the map with the critically acclaimed singles and video from his 2011 album, ‘Wired For Greatness’. The ‘gospel’ album does not only showcase the rich culture and depth of the Niger-delta region, but also the dexterity and versatility of musical talents from such an area, notoriously known for social vices such as kidnap and extortion.

The album which boasts of production prowess from the likes of K-Solo, TY-Mix and others is enjoying a lot of airplay with songs such as ‘Jene Jene’ ft. Sunny Neji, Kefee & Ksolo, Sorry ft. RoofTopMcs, Look Within ft. Ibinabo Fiberesima . <<<DOWNLOAD>>> ‘Jene Jene’   

Charles Granville is a multi talented musician, actor, model, song writer and performer, who has endeared himself to millions of people all over the world through his music and youth development and charity initiatives. His annual concert “Charles Granville in concert” is a huge success and featuring great Gospel acts like Samsong, Kefee, Infinity, etc and is attended by thousands across the country. His 2010 smash hit, ‘By My Side’ was one of Top 10 gospel songs of 2010 in Nigeria.

Charles is both an International Peace Tourism Ambassador and African Culture and Tourism Ambassador. He is a natural visionary leader, an achiever, a pioneer and a counsellor that has performed in various countries including Ghana, South Africa, and the United Kingdom. He has trained many individuals and choirs and even gone out  of his way to search for jobs for many young graduates in Nigeria.

Charles Granville was born into a musical family. His family is known for their song writing skills though he is the first to sing professionally. He was discovered by Pastor Belemina T. Obunge. Charles Granville founded the Anointed Voices of Emarid College while he was just 16 years of age. At seventeen, he was already the Provincial Music director of the then Rivers/Bayelsa provinces of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) and led the choir to persistent victory at the annual competitions held at the Redemption Camp.

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In 2002 he founded the Shabach Foundation an NGO which was deeply involved in youth development, talent identification, coaching and mentoring, youth counselling, etc. The foundation is responsible for the discovery of most of the strongest young talents coming out from the Niger Delta.

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Team Eternity could be guilty over Defe Defe song —Copyright office

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Tems, Ayra Starr have achieved more than Fela, Wizkid, Burna – Odumodublvck

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I want to be a legend like Michael Jackson – Camidoh

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