VIVA means "life" in Haitian Creole, and this girls' group brings life through their music wherever they go. These five girls came to the Consolation Center of Torbeck, Haiti, as a result of difficult life circumstances. Some were child slaves (called restaveks in Haiti), some homeless and living on the streets, all in need of a better life.
Since they've come to the Consolation Center, it's clear to see these girls were born to sing. They are using their talents at local church services to share the love and message of Jesus through their music. Their first EP will feature several Haitian Creole gospel songs that have been passed down through the generations. You'll love hearing their beautiful harmonies and the joy in their voices as they sing their hearts out in worship.