Travis Greene is a gospel musician and pastor. He has created multiple songs that convey his faith and worship to the Lord. His songs are moving and electrifying. It holds the real intention of giving praise to our Creator. Last Friday, November 30, the singer was invited for their annual Praise Fest in Kenya.
Greene has been named as a rising star in the gospel genre for the meteoric rise of his career. Moreover, he appeared in Billboard Magazine, Rolling Out Magazine, and had performed at the Essence Music Festival. Also, he won multiple awards including two Grammy Awards and 13 Stellar Awards. Just last year, he bagged nine of those 13.
Greene has cheated death twice. The doctors declared him a stillbirth when he was born, and it took them several minutes to resuscitate him. Then at four years old, he fell off the fourth floor of a building. He was declared dead, but later on, resuscitated.
In his testimonies, he says that he wasn’t hurt and that he was saved by somebody who revealed himself as Jesus.
Greene is a very decorated and highly acclaimed musician. Back in 2016, he has voted the Billboard Magazine Gospel Airplay artist of The Year. And in 2017, he snagged the song, album and male vocalist of the year in the prestigious Stellar Awards. In Kenya, he performed his hits such as Made a Way, International, You Waited, and his latest single Nara.
Thousands of Christians gathered together on the 30th of November for the 4th edition of their Christian Music Festival they call Praise Fest.
Greene performed for two hours straight, and attendees of the show said that the performance was spectacular. It left them wanting for more. During the performance, he also showed his suave dancing skills and knowledge of African gospel songs by performing Imelda by Nathaniel Bessy.