New Music From Vincent Bohanan
Vincent Bohanan founded the Sound of Victory (SOV) Fellowship Choir in January 2014 to provide young gospel singers with the platform and outlet to freely develop and express their musical talents in a positive way. Nine years later, the choir is not only still going strong but it is one of the most dynamic ensembles in Gospel music.
The 9th anniversary of SOV was marked with the release of a brand-new single, “I Love to Call Him.”
The choir also sang during a roof raising concert at Howard University’s Cramton Auditorium. While at Howard, Bohanan was also hosted by the school’s Warner Music/Blavatnik Center for Music Business to talk to students about his career as a choir director, songwriter and artist.
Bohanan, who has recently taken his choir to Ohio State and Yale University, among others, is no stranger to bringing the praise to college campuses and hopes to launch a tour specifically focused on colleges. “It is always a special time when we visit a college,” says Bohanan. “The students have so much enthusiasm for our music and many are figuring out how to develop their own musical gifts, so it’s just positive energy all around.”
SOV just returned from a European tour where their many stops included The Concert of Peace at The Vatican and the Umbria Jazz Festival.
“I Love to Call Him,” was recorded live in Dallas, Texas and is available now on all digital music providers.