Music Review- Anthem Lights: Selah Medley

Anthem Lights loves to pay tribute to all of their favorites. Selah was a band in the nineties and the early 2000s that inspired many listeners and fans from across the audiences.

Christian singing team Selah has inspired the hearts and minds of people for over twenty years. To honor their contribution to faith-based music, singing band Anthem Lights gives a medley of some of their hit songs: “In the Sweet Bye and Bye”, “Unbreakable”, “Broken Ladders”, and “I Got Saved.” It is so cool to see Anthem Lights giving tribute to such an incredible band.

“I’ve been singing in front of people since I was three,” band member Todd Smith told the News Sentinel. “My parents are missionaries. When we came back to the United States, we had to visit each church that sponsored us. That was a good training ground.”

Anthem Lights perfectly combines Selah’s hit songs into one awesome medley. What is even cooler is that the original Selah members have a pre-video clip where they thank the boys for the tribute. It is an amazing vocal sensation. They bring the songs together in a harmonious way. Their vocals are amazing. The way they bring it all together for Selah and hit a home run is an amazing way.

Check out the music video below:

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