(Music+Video) Flawless - The Richard Siblings

The Richard Siblings are a Canada based gospel band and they have been singing together for over five years. 

About Song

The song Flawless is delivered in a melodious reggae beat and the song enjoins believers to pay attention to the infallible word of God. When we apply the word of God to our lives, we will experience  miracles and the mighty move of God.

The song "Flawless" is based on the scripture verse in Proverbs 30:5 from the New International Version that enlightens how powerful The Word Of God is because it's without any blemishes. It has no faults and has no imperfections. The song expresses how perfect God's Word is.


About Richard Siblings

Nurlika, Tyler, and Nurley Jr. Richard, collectively known as The Richard Siblings, are a talented trio of Gospel singers hailing from and based in Canada.

Nurlika leads the group with her captivating vocals, while Tyler showcases his skills as the keyboardist and beat producer. Nurley Jr. contributes to the ensemble as the acoustic drummer, displaying a remarkable talent that emerged from a young age. Nurley Jr. first experimented with drumming at the age of 5, using makeshift pedals and drumsticks, demonstrating a natural rhythmic inclination. Nurlika's journey began at the age of 6, singing gospel tunes at home, with her rendition of "My Redeemer Lives" by Nicole C. Mullen marking her initial foray into the world of music. Tyler embarked on his musical journey at the age of 7, delving into the realm of keyboard playing, which eventually led to his involvement in church performances. The trio also actively participates in their church choir, further honing their musical abilities.

Their musical journey began within the confines of their home and gradually expanded to encompass performances at various venues, including local churches, restaurants, special events, and school concerts.

They have garnered acclaim for their renditions of numerous Gospel classics, including "Made a Way" by Travis Green, "Supernatural" by Frank Edwards, "Hold On To Me" by Lauren Daigle, "No Longer Slaves" by Tasha Cobbs, among others.

Throughout the pandemic, they utilized their time creatively by recording and sharing cover songs, including "Hills and Valleys" by Tauren Wells, which they sent to a radio station in Canada.

Despite the challenges posed by the pandemic, The Richard Siblings continue to showcase their exceptional talent and unwavering dedication to their craft, making them a group worthy of attention and admiration.

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