Sarah Monique has said goodbye to singing for the world, and a big hello to singing for God. Known as a Tejano and Latin Regional artist since the beginning of her singing career in 2013, the talented vocalist has converted into a Tejano, Latin Regional gospel singer in 2021.
The Best New Female Artist nominee at the 38th annual Tejano Music Awards released her debut Christian single with a cover of “Supe Que Me Amabas,” a well known worship song by Marcela Gándara, with her own personal twist. Produced by Dago Acevedo, this hymn is great expression of praise and worship.
“God prepared me for this day for a little over a year,” Sarah Monique said in a social media post. “It amazes me how He placed in my path persons that served Him and praised Him. Special thanks to everyone that was a part of this project.”
Sarah’s purpose in life is to win souls for God, and her mission is exactly that with the release of her upcoming Christian EP in late 2021 or early 2022. “Supe Que Me Amabas” from Sarah Monique is available to download at Apple Music.
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