Meet Inspiring Nigerian Singer; Obioma Dan Alioha Aka. Obidan born in Aba, Abia State Nigeria. Obidan is a Missionary, life coach, song writer and worship leader.
He is a second-generation pastor, born into a God serving and fearing family. Obidan’s lyrical prowess is outstanding as he connects with all age brackets and makes the beauty of his chorus soothe the lips of all that listens to his songs. He is a great live music performer and has graced several stages around the world. Watch out for more of his songs/live performance as he has lots of songs to make your day, event, concerts and more glorious.
Fondly referred to as Spaghetti Records’ First Son ; the multi talented A’dam puts out a brand new tune titled IYANU! IYANU means miracle in English Language. The Spaghetti Records’ clan never fails in dishing out great tunes. We were not expecting this style at this time but then, it’s A’DAM!
This new release is a groovy prayer jam that would make you move your body as your prayerfully sing along. Confession is made unto light and the joyful hope of a bright future is announced. Sing, enjoy and share this masterpiece produced by Tyanx.
United States based gospel music artist, GIDEON has released his much-anticipated single titled “Spirit of God” featuring the anointed Tobi Osho. This is going to be Gideon’s first single and he emphasized on how it has been an honour recording this song with Tobi Osho.
The new single “Oh Jesus” by Mercy Chinwoemphasizes the reason for the season. The love and the sacrifice that birthed the ultimate salvation for mankind.
From the stable of EeZee Conceptz Global, comes the audio and video for Mercy Chinwo’s new single. It is a call to ponder on the love of God and the sacrifice of His son – the reason why we are celebrating the Easter season!
Mercy Chinwo in this beautiful piece tells the story of the crucifixion and the power of resurrection that was bestowed on Jesus, who made this power available to us. This she does using the channel of worship.
“He who knew no sin, became sin that we might become the righteousness of God.” – 2 Corinthians 5:21