Currently leading the revival of the UK gospel industry is Sonnie Badu, who is regarded as one of the most celebrated worship leaders to emerge from the African Church sector in recent years. His energetic sound and colourful blend of contemporary and African praise and worship delivers a style so diverse, he appeals to every preference. Sonnie’s debut album "Lost in his glory" was released in 2007 and his first book entitled "The Worshipper's Cry," which was launched in 2008. He has already sang alongside the likes of international gospel acts such as Juanita Bynum, Lionel Peterson, Slaughter, Noel Robinson, Muyiwa and Sammy Okposu.
Sonnie is joined by his co-host and fellow gospel artist. Noel is a leading star of the world of gospel, having recorded solo, with his group Nu Image and numerous Collaborations. He is constantly touring the world as an exceptional artist, and has worked with a whose who of Gospel as well as Chaka Khan. Noel is renowned as a powerful worship leader and is unique in being able to break down the barriers between the White and Black Churches. Noel formerly presented the UK most famous faith programme, “Songs of Praise” on the BBC.
Presented by gospel leading stars, Noel Robinson and Sonnie Badu, the guest artists perform their biggest hits or a gospel standard with the SOG Band, under the musical Direction of Luke Smith (George Michael, Amy Winehouse, BB King). The SOG Band features a stellar casts of the UK’s most high profile musicians and vocalists, including Jerry Brown, Michael Brown, Jon Beckford & Jon Thompson. Each guest artists performs two songs and are then interviewed by the SOG presenters, often giving frank and up close and personal looks into their everyday lives, their struggles, hopes and aspirations.