Sarah Téibo has been pushing the boundaries since her entry into the UK Gospel scene late 2015 with her debut single ‘Steal my Joy’ followed by her debut album ‘Walk with Me’ which bagged her a MOBO nomination and multiple awards including the prestigious Premier Gospel Awards’ ‘Album of the Year’. Her sophomore album ‘Keep Walking’ also saw her top the Official Charts, making her the first female independent Gospel artist to do so.
British-born of Nigerian descent, Sarah who is no stranger to writing and singing worship songs started leading worship in her early teens and currently serves as a worship leader at Kings Church, London. ‘Spirit Come’, a poignant prayer for God’s Spirit to move in these unsettling times, is the first single from her forthcoming worship project set for release in 2021 and shows a side of Sarah not often seen on her previous projects, revealing her authentic heart for worship and giving a taste of what to expect from future releases.
Currently one of the UK’s top female gospel music artists, Sarah has travelled extensively within the UK, Europe, Africa and Australia leading worship and working with other Gospel singers including Volney Morgan & New Ye, Philippa Hannah, Noel Robinson, Tim Godfrey, Charles Jenkins, as well as Fred Hammond who featured on her second album. As she begins work on her next project which would be a worship album, Sarah aspires to help people make deeper connections with God, using songs from the project as resources in their personal and corporate worship experiences.
Sarah is married with two daughters and attends Kings Church London – a member of the New Frontiers family of churches – where in addition to leading worship, she serves in the Children’s Work.