In this episode of High Definition, we interview Martin Phike who is a singer, songwriter, actor and television presenter. High Definition is an autobiographical TV show, where we interview people who have broken grounds, and changed their worlds. They get to tell their success stories in detail, from their childhood to where they are now.
Martin is well known for being a member of the band Ghetto Lingo which won Popstars in 2004. He is involved in the Creative Department of Christ Embassy in the Southern African Region, were he is a choreographer. He was nominated Best R&B Singer and Best Gospel Newcomer at the SABC Crown Gospel Awards for his first gospel album titled Man on a Mission. Martin releases gospel albums under his music company, PK Records. In the first part of the video, Martin shares with us his childhood story, from the age of 5 when his parents picked up his gift in arts. Watch this video for more.
In the second video, Martin shares with us his greatest miracle, when he received Christ. Watch this video for more about his inspiring testimony and how he met his wife.