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Netflix announces a docu-series that will follow Pharrell Williams and the hometown creation of ‘Voices Of Fire’ gospel choir.
The international superstar and the streaming platform Netflix announced their partnership over Sunday choir. The announced docu-series will follow P as he builds his first local gospel choir. The action will take place and produce in his hometown Virginia locally. The streaming series “Voices Of Fire’ has said to be scheduled for a release later this year. Co-starring alongside P in the produced series will be his Uncle Bishop Ezekiel Williams.
“This is our chance to lead, to truly embrace the importance of Juneteenth and to treat it as a celebration of freedom that Black people truly deserve,” Pharrell said during the press conference solidifying the announcement.
Pharrell made the announcement at Essence Fest virtual party on Sunday evening. He will also be a co-executive producer of the upcoming series “Voices Of Fire’ on Netflix. Pharrell also appeared on NBC’s The Voice for four seasons and even won season eight.
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Happy Sunday! Excited to announce Voices of Fire, a new docuseries that follows @Pharrell‘s hometown community as it builds one of the world’s most inspiring and diverse gospel choirs. Only on Netflix later this year! pic.twitter.com/YvPGuTTpd4
— Strong Black Lead (@strongblacklead) July 5, 2020