Gospel, Paite, DVD Video, Gibeon Digi Records, Uptown Media: If you’ve been following Florence since her teen star days, you’d be marvelling at how much she’s accomplished her talent with better dedication; A well studied diction vocal and pious attitude. That is much to delight of gospel music scene of home. Florence Vunglianching’s Kei Hon Len Inbraided well youthful attitude with evenly trending studio vocal, song writing and video editing. It is K Khamkhansiam arrangement that make this venture what it is. Not to leave out Thangzangam ever read easy music tracks to dictate.
Opening with Ginminlun’s “Ka Mang Jesu” saying “Nopsakna leh Pakna Ka zon hangin,/Lungkhamna leh buainate’n hon tuam zel a;/Ka Mang Jesu hoihna theihsiam hileng maw!/ Simlei nunbang teng ngainon kei ning.” the album offer us 13 tracks with one English song featuring RAV called “Alone”. Ginminlun has written 7 of the tracks, while the title track “Kei Hon Len In” is by Munga Samte. “Na Khapah zuih di’n Non nuhsiat,/Pialsan loudi’n kei hon len in.”- These lines from the title track show how much disciplined song writing craftsmanship could be. Not to be overwhelmed by Ginminlun’s “Kei Nong Itna” which says: “It siamtu Pa Kei nong itna,/Kei shi ding lai Na hon tatna;/Kei bang mikhial Na hongtatna,/Kuamah in hong tantheihlou hi./Aw a lamdang kei Na hong itna,/Thuk in sang e, Na hong thuakna!/Laita donga Na hong shina,/Gen zou kei ning ka damsung in.”. To complete the compilation, there’re two tracks by K Khamkhansiam and one – “Vangsel Zolei” by Lianding Guite.
K Khamkhansiam arrangement of the tracks gave a selective rapport with enough study of his singer vocal. He made the lead vocal be accompanied with necessary second voices as contralto and male tenor. One hand tune composers gave you parallel composition in all the tracks which, in this case, works.
The videos are presentable. Florence directly glances at the camera. She wears trouser and definitely doesn’t cry. But it is alright. RAV appeared in their song “Alone”, and as background artist in “Kei Nong Itna”. And the brief credit at the beginning and end are innovative: clear cut sponsors for each song before each track began but appeared only at the end.