One of Malawian-made workmanships that continues to gain international approvals, Always Say a Prayer, by Pro Gain continues to make inroads – now playing on Trace Gospel TV. The Channel boasts of being the only platform that presents today’s face of Gospel music.

Pro Gain – It’s all by God’s grace

Pro Gain featured Kelvin Sings.

The video got its first international airplay on Channel O in September this year.

Shot and directed by Redink Media led by multi-award winning video director, Ron C, the video’s unending success story took Ron by surprise.

“Well, this is a shocker…. We shot the video some time ago, and was released on a number of local channels, enjoyed airplay….this new feat is good news, not only to Pro Gain or us at Redink, but the Music industry also, more specially the Christian entertainment circle.

Ron CZ in one of his many shooting intervals

Ron C said Channel O and Trace TV have a rigorous set of standards that visuals must pass in order to earn space on their platform so this means the visuals must be good.

“Trace Gospel TV and Channel O are the biggest music channels, so to make it among those other great artists is amazing”, he said.

He recalled that when Pro Gain sent him the song, it took him a few hours to come up with the whole concept because he liked the song at first listen. “The team was well organized and I think that’s what made the whole shoot easier and exciting for us”.

When contacted by, Pro Gain said it’s all by God’s grace. Nothing but grace.

“And this is a song that comes from the heart, from the strong conviction. That conviction can be felt in the lyrics. I took time to create it, and collaborating with Kelvin Sings was the best choice my team at Brother’s Keeper records made. Him (Kelvin) and I do come from way back in time.”

Kelvin Sings said, “Well, it’s really exciting news for me; I’m glad that the song has broken boundaries in that way, and that people from other countries will be able to appreciate the message it carries.”

Kelvin Sings

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