Out of sweet Namibia, comes the sweeter gospel trio, Trinity!


Youth in ECG continue to fly the church’s musical flag higher—what with a new sensational Namibian gospel trio known as Trinity.

Founded in December 2016, the trio—which  consists of three sisters Tracy Elijah, Daleen Simwanza and Darlene Baisako—is set to preach the gospel the world with nothing but uplifting music.

According to their manager Hopie Kay, the trio started off as an acapella group in church and often did covers of various artists that created a fan base in the hopes of captivating the youth from their church ECG with a different touch of Gospel.

“That is why they were commonly known as Trinity_offical.ecg on social media handles. They later gradually moved to explore music on another level which has pushed them to become recording artists,” he said.

Trinity released their first debut single titled “With His Glory” in November 2017 and it was a hit.

Their first major highlight was when they performed at the Night of Angel Gabriel Crossover with Prophet Shepherd Bushiri at FNB Stadium South Africa, in front of an audience of over 100 000 people.

They compose and write their own songs. Their debut Album called “Sarayu” which means “Wind of Breath” is inspired by the Holy Spirit character in the Christian movie “The Shark”.

Trinity is also inspired several artists such as   Travis Greene, Zoe Grace, Tasha Cobbs, Sinach and the late James Nee.

The group has just released an EP titled “Inari” which in Hindu means prosperity, with singles like “Number 1”, “His Mercy” and “Nani Kama Wewe” which can be found online.