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History made as the MIGHTY MEN EXPERIENCE releases charity single ‘KEEP FIGHTING’ to raise funds for Gangsline

BRAND NEW UK COMPILATION

It was the culmination of a

mandate Lurine Cato says
started when God spoke to her
while she was on a trip in
Germany a few years ago.

It ended up being a gathering of forty
one male singers coming together to
record ‘Keep Fighting’ to raise funds for
the charity Gangsline.

The movement has been named
The Mighty Men Experience,
drawn from the worlds of Gospel,
Worship, RnB, Reggae, Pop, Hip-hop
and even opera, to record the charity
single at The Dugdale Centre in
Enfield, London.

Mighty Men Experience

Lurine Cato (MOBO Gospel Award-winner 2013) formed the Mighty Men Experience as she was concerned that men was getting a lot of negative press and the role models are rarely highlighted.

When she put out the call to her fellow artistes they said they would be there. The Mighty Men Experience Choir is part of a bigger project, and should culminate in a Mighty Men Experience concert.

Exciting

The single was released for download on Friday, 26 June 2015, with the video making its official debut two days later on Sunday 28 June.

‘This is an exciting time, we want everyone to get behind ‘Keep Fighting’ it’s so inspiring how the male artistes came together to record this track. They responded to the cause and now we really want the rest of the UK to follow and buy the track,’ states international award winning gospel artiste, Lurine Cato.

Top Singers

The Mighty Men Experience is comprised of some of UKs top Gospel singers, including MOBO award winning artistes - Isaiah Raymond Dyer and rapper Faithchild; soul singer, Zalon (one of the late Amy Winehouse’s backing vocalists), Mark Beswick, award-winning worship leaders, including Noel Robinson (recently signed to Integrity Music); Aaron Sokell (Emilie Sande’s backing vocalist) and more.

Gangsline

The charity Gangsline was selected because of the work they carry out to help children and young people to leave gangs, support parents of young people suspected of being in gangs, prevent the sexploitation of girls within gangs.

Their work is tough and often the work of Gangsline and similar organisations go unnoticed and the Mighty Men Experience wanted them to know their work is valued and vital.

Mighty Men 2015 - Keep Fighting

Richard White

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Published 7 July 2015. Adapted from a supplied Press Release

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