Gospel/R&B Group with a fusion of Reggae and African Rhythms. TW stands for True Worshipers. This energetic crew will take you to new levels in praise and worship.



TW (True Worshipers) is a vibrant and entirely unique gospel music group composed of men of an African heritage. TW is rapidly gaining popularity and impacting all age and people groups. Their rich and diverse African background, church upbringing, and American musical influences are the reason to their fresh new style of Gospel music, which is fashioned through a fusion of African, Caribbean, R&B, and Hip-Hop.

The name "True Worshipers" is taken from the scripture John 4:23, which states, "Now is the time for the true worshipers to worship in spirit and in truth." They are gifted and anointed with an ability to break through walls that limit people to experience freedom in praise and worship—stirring up a wild and joyful atmosphere. Raised in the heart of the fiery African revivals, the members of TW have a fervent spirit and pour out of their worship—leading people to a deep intimate and vulnerable place with God. Truly, they are a new breed music ministry that will touch the unsaved with their mainstream/urban sound and offer a new dynamic level of true worship to the church.

Their concerts are filled with exuberant energy from the skillful dancing that is influenced by South African Zulu war dances and American hip-hop. Their smooth and soulful voices, spiced with African melodies, have made them a refreshing gospel group that is destined to stand out in the midst of an industry desperate for a fresh spirit. They write, produce and arrange their own music; they also design their own choreography.

TW ministers in high schools, colleges, citywide festivals, conferences, conventions, and churches. They have taken their ministry to some of America’s major cities, including Atlanta, Dallas, and New York, and to more than 10 other states. They have ministered in a conference with Perry Stone, the renowned international evangelist and host of the popular Christian TV program, “Manna-fest;” John Paul Jackson, a renown conference speaker; Bishop Duncan Williams, conference speaker from Ghana; shared the stage with outstanding gospel reggae artist, Papa San; and the sensational Latin group, El-Trio De Hoy. Occasionally, they travel with Bishop Robert Kayanja, an international evangelist from Uganda—a frequent guest on TBN, the largest Christian network.

Their self-titled, 18 track, debut album, “TW,” flaunts their signature R&B/African soul style and musical edginess that has made it a favorite to all age and people groups. “Parents tell us how their kids play our music loud in the house,” TW says. “They tell us that they are happy their kids have found a Christian CD they can enjoy and relate to.” “Never Seen the Righteous Forsaken” is the song that all the church people love. “6 in da Morning,” “Soldier” and “Vina” are the club bangers for all the urban youngsters. “You are Holy” and “Reveal Yourself” are for all the earnest worshipers. The group’s hit single “Vina,” which means dance in one of the member’s native language, has topped several charts on the African music scene.
Their goal is to inspire and spread God's love, and this CD is an exemplary musical testimony. "We're trying to reach people around the world for Christ," TW says. "No matter where we live on the planet, we deal with the same challenges and problems; everybody goes through something. When you reach the pain inside yourself, you realize so many others feel the same way you do. The presence of God in people’s lives is the only thing that determines whether we break down or face issues victoriously and enjoy satisfaction in life. God has given us a noble privilege to introduce and present Jesus to people through music, help thousands experience the manifest presence of God, and to unify the church. We don't take that lightly."


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Set List

TW sets are electrifying and energetic. The sets are 30 to 45 minutes long. The intense and firely sets are climaxed by an intimate time of worship and spontenious passionate melodies.