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City Harvest's music album clinches #1 spot on iTunes after Kong Hee's shoutout

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On June 3, Reverend Kong Hee gave a shoutout about the Music Album his Church was producing. He asked the followers of his Facebook to pre-order City Harvest Church’s Praise and Worship album, in which his wife, Sun Ho was also one of the singers. He promised those that pre-ordered that they’d get a discount if they pre-ordered.
He said: “I have heard a few of the songs sung by my wife Sun, and they are just amazing and so anointed. You will be greatly blessed and DRAWN into the presence of God. You must get a copy of the album. We are only producing a limited quantity, so make sure you place your orders today!”
The music album went on sale on June 11 and 12 on iTune Store (Singapore) and City Harvest Church announced on their website that it has clinched the number one spot on iTunes store (Singapore) on June 13.
The Church said that the music album ‘Draw Me’, CHC’s first in five years is one “that magnifies the faithfulness of God throughout City Harvest Church’s toughest times.”

Draw Me has beaten artists Gentle Bones (2nd), Adele (6th), the late Christina Grimmie (7th, 10th and 14th), Coldplay (17th) and One Direction (18th).
CHC said in their website that the “album title is taken from a worship song written by CHC’s senior pastor Kong Hee in the early days of the church, a song that has remained one of the church’s key anthems throughout its 27-year history.”

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