Voices only: The Old Rugged Cross
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YouTube has lots of videos of singers who film themselves doing separate vocal tracks and then combine them using a split-screen effect. (See this VOW from a few months back.)
Kaoma Chende of Niles, Mich., offers something different. Using a steady cam, he films himself at different positions in the same room, singing a cappella favorites. The result is a one-man quadruplet quartet.
A preacher’s son from the southern African nation of Zambia, Chende says he wants to share and spread love through music, by God’s grace.
Look at the fish tank on this next one and you can see the split-screen effect. (Still, great vocals!)
Oh, how He loves you and me. “Turn on HD, bottom right corner”
Posted by Kaoma Chende. Muzik on Saturday, March 14, 2015
I’m not familiar with this next one, “The Light of the World,” but I like it.
Love this one …
This last one may be my favorite.
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