Pharrell Williams launches Netflix series on finding undiscovered talent to build gospel choir

By The Christian Post

Singer-songwriter Pharrell Williams performs during the MTV EMA awards at the Assago forum in Milan, Italy, October 25, 2015. | Reuters/Stefano Rellandini

Netflix and popular music producer Pharrell Williams are scheduled to release a new unscripted project promoting gospel music.

According to Billboard, Williams, who was nominated for an Academy Award, announced that the streaming service ordered his docuseries “Voices of Fire.” The series is said to explore the entertainer’s hometown of Hampton Roads, Virginia, as it “builds one of the world’s most inspiring gospel choirs.” 

The unscripted project “Voices of Fire” follows gospel leaders and Williams' uncle, Bishop Ezekiel Williams, the general overseer, pastor and founder of Faith World Ministries, as they embark on a quest to find undiscovered talent in Hampton Roads. 

Source:The Christian Post