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Sarah Téibo’s new single encourages you to embrace your Inner Child

Multi award-winning Gospel singer/songwriter Sarah Téibo has released ‘Like A Child’ the lead single off her highly-anticipated sophomore album ‘Keep Walking’ due for release this Summer. Listen here.

Recorded in London and written by Sarah with super producer Luke (GKID) Grant, ‘Like  A Child’ – which features singers Tehillah Daniel and Jason Nicholson-Porter – is an uptempo Motown inspired, urban-soul track and is poised to follow in the same path as some of her previous hits like Chart topping ‘Steal My Joy’.

This compelling inspirational tune calls us to embrace our inner child and like children, to worry less and trust more, casting your cares on God, as we go through the highs and lows that are inevitably characteristic of this journey called Life.

Born in London, Sarah grew up in Nigeria where she started singing in choirs from the age of ten. From this early age, it became evident that she was the one to watch.

Influenced by Soul and R&B legends including Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye and Kim Burrell, Sarah went on to claim a string of nominations following the release of her debut album ‘Walk With Me’ in 2016 : she was nominated Best Gospel Act by MOBO Awards in the same year and won best album for her debut album at Premier Gospel Awards in 2017.

’Like A Child’ is now available on all digital music platforms, including iTunes, Spotify and Amazon.

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