ANTICIPATE NEW ALBUM “COMING TO SHILOH” BY BUNMILOLA | @Bunmilolamusic

The Lord’s anointed minstrel “Bunmilola” is set to release a new song titled “Coming to Shiloh”. Bumilola is a Canada-based Gospel artiste called to the place of service in the music ministry, whose passion for music  has driven her to the place of an encounter with God. Her songs are great inspiration from the Holy Ghost, touching lives and bringing the lost to christ.

 

From our correspondence who had a chat with her ….

WHO IS BUNMILOLA?
I was born and raised in Nigeria, currently residing in North America. I have loved the Lord since I was a little girl. Singing has always been my way of expressing myself to Him when I am happy or when I face challenging situations.

I have been influenced by the music of Mama Bola Are Don Moen, Shirley Cesar, Lara George, Nathaniel Bassey, Sinach and other men
and women of God doing the Lord’s songs out there. My vision is simply to do the Master’s will. I am glad doing just that.

CAN U TELL US ABOUT YOUR NEW COMING ALBUM?
Coming to Shiloh was born to rock the entire globe! It has a unique message, which is to “praise God like you know He has already done what you are praying for “Rehearse the testimony of what you are still believing God for!” Awesome!.

The theme song “Coming to Shiloh” pays homage to the biblical story of Hannah. The song has already received copious positive feedback, video viewing and downloads. The truth is that it is prophetic, its a declaration of faith, a declaration of what you know God is capable of doing.

“What do you do while you wait for the answer to a prayer? You have prayed and prayed through but the answer has not yet come. If you have judged God faithful, you can release your praise ahead of your miracle. You can trust God that much.

The album and its video has been met with warm reception, too overwhelming! All glory be to God! I am grateful to God for the support I have received from my family and friends. It goes without saying that my producer and the people I worked with are great and godly people. I feel so blessed.

WHERE CAN WE GET THIS ALBUM?

You can download this album on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, Google play. CDBaby and other online stores

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Contact details:  bunmilola@msn.com

 

ANTICIPATE SPIRIT OF THE LIVING GOD BY ESTHER ANDREA QUEEN

UK based gospel artiste Esther Andrea Queen is set to release her debut single after many years in the music ministry.

From our correspondence who had a chat with her …

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SHORT INTERVIEW WITH ESTHER ANDREA QUEEN

Q) Triumphant Radio: Please can we officially meet you?

A) I am Esther Andrea N’zue but I’m informally known as Esther Queen. I am originally from Cote d’Ivoire but based in the UK. As you would appreciate I come from a country where French is our first language, so my friends also tag me as the French girl.

I hold a degree in Economics and Business Administration.

 

Q) Triumphant Radio: Tell us about your background and your music life?

 A) Well, I have always been is the music ministry. This stems from following my parents to church and being in the choir from my teenage days, I guess I followed that through till the present moment. Though while growing up I was involved in other career paths. And as a young girl, I have always desired and prayed to God that ” I don’t just want to sing, but when I sing i want to see healing, deliverance and breakthroughs happening”.

 

Q) Triumphant Radio: Wow! so how long have you being doing music?

A) Like I previously said, I have been singing actively since my teenage days but actively took the music ministry a little seriously 5-6 years ago. I used to be in a group when I studied in India for my Post graduate degree.

 

 Q) Triumphant Radio: So what are your challenges since you started music ministry?

A) One of the challenges I have encountered is trying to distinguish between ministry and entertainment. Looking at the gospel music industry lately you hear some songs and get confused. But as an upcoming artist, you need to have mentors, so I look unto my mentors like Tasha Cobbs and Maranda Curtis and learn from them by observation. I have just started so I wouldn’t say I have faced much of a challenge as such.

 

Q) Triumphant Radio: May I ask do u have any Albums or how many single have released?

 A) I do not have an album yet but I am currently working on 2 songs. One is almost ready for release as my debut single.

 

Q) Triumphant Radio: Can you tell the world about your newest song release and the inspiration behind this Song…..

A) My debut track is titled Spirit of the Living God. It speaks of us as Christians yearning for the rain of the Holy spirit. I really treasure every moment in his presence. Any time i was going through difficulties , the only place i could find peace, restoration and healing was in his presence (the sweet fellowship with the spirit of God), and it always bring me back to Ezekiel 37.. humm

The spirit of  God took the prophet in the valley of dry bones..  Though he was asked to prophesy,we can clearly see that there was an atmosphere in which the prophecy was made for the dry bones to come alive (the presence of the spirit of the living God) and i always long for this atmosphere because anything I need is in his presence.

 

Q)  Triumphant Radio:  Do you have plan shooting the video of this song any time soon 

A) There is no immediate plan for that at the moment but you never know. As previously mentioned I have other songs and would probably need to see which one is more appropriate to release.

 

Q)  Triumphant Radio:  Can you tell us something about the music industry in the United Kingdom.

A) The music industry in the UK is not as pronounce as in Africa. As you must have noticed, the gospel is beginning to die down in the UK. That’s why we as Christians have a duty to keep preaching the gospel through our songs to the community in which we belong. Then our songs can be appreciated more. The UK music has a ‘sound’ in which you can identify it. I’m not quite sure the community has embraced this sound. You see churches appreciating songs originating mostly from places like Nigeria and Ghana more than those from the UK. That says a lot.

 

Q)  Triumphant Radio: Esther Andrea Queen are you single or married?  

A) I am not married yet (smile)

 

Q)  Triumphant Radio: What inspires you when you write your songs? 

A) My inspiration are diverse. The Holy spirit gives me inspiration but mostly when I think of the greatness of God or the need of the Holy Spirit, I get inspired to write more. That’s why you might hear my songs are mainly towards that direction.

 

Q) Triumphant Radio:  So Esther, who or what are your greatest influences, role models and mentors, spiritual leaders?

A) Musically, Tasha Cobbs and Maranda Curtis. As a matter of fact some of my friends nicknamed me Andrea Cobbs (laughs).  My mentors are My pastor Pst Nathaniel in the comission i belong to and Pst Roland Zadi (back home). however I also follow women of God like Pst Sarah jakes and Pst Funke Adejumo.

 

Q) Triumphant Radio: Your last words Esther Queen?

 

A) I just want to encourage everyone out there that Jesus loves them and no matter the challenges you have been through, you can still break forth in praises. Lastly I cannot over-emphasize the need to have the Holy Spirit as your helper…He is always there to help you. So call on him.

 

Q)  So how can your fans reach you on social media or if they need you for events, how can they reach your management team? 

A) I am on Facebook Esther Andrea Queen , Instragram  @esther_andrea_queen.

 

FACE TO FACE INTERVIEW WITH PRINCE PRAIZE BY TEEWHY ON TRIUMPHANTRADIO | @balogsolomon

Q) Triumphant Radio: Please can we officially meet you?

A)……. My name is Solomon Balogun Ozemede (Prince-Praize) a gospel Artiste song writer and a fashion designer

Q) Triumphant Radio: Before we ask you about your new Release, tell us about your background, how it all started and a bit about your Ministry?
A)……. Praise praize was born to the family of Apostle and Mrs Lazarus Balogun Ozemede on the 27th of February, 1990 at Abeokuta, Ogun State. The ninth of eleven children, he attended St. Peters Catholic Nursery & Primary School before proceeding to Abeokuta Grammar School for his secondary education. Also, at a tender age, his singing prowess was discovered and this paved way for him in joining the choir of his family church in Abeokuta.

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Article : Jesus Feeds The Five Thousand

Matt. 14:13-23; Mark 6:31-46; Luke 9:7-17; John 6:1-15

A BOY’S LUNCH-BASKET is a very small thing compared with a great miracle. But in this story we shall see how a great miracle grew out of a boy’s lunch-basket. It all came about in this manner:

       The disciples whom Jesus sent to preach in the towns and cities of Galilee had returned joyfully, telling their Master about their success in healing the sick and in casting out the evil spirits just as they had seen him do. And now the fame of Jesus was increasing every day, and many more people from distant parts of the country were flocking to hear him.

       So urgent were the people who came to hear Jesus and to have their loved ones healed, that they pressed constantly upon him, and allowed no time for him to rest or even eat. Then Jesus called his twelve disciples aside from the multitude and said, “Come with me to a quiet place, for we must rest a while.”

       Taking a ship they sailed away from the multitude to the other side of the Sea, and went into a desert place near a mountain. But they did not find much time to rest even in this lonely spot, for soon they saw a great throng of people coming toward them.

       The multitude had followed from the other side of the Sea. Perhaps the disciples were disappointed because the people had found them again, but Jesus looked pityingly upon the great throng, and said of them, “They are like sheep that had no shepherd. They wander about here and there hunting for their own pasture-grounds.”

       In this great throng were five thousand men, who had come from different parts of Galilee. Some of them had brought their wives and children along, and other women had come, too. When they had started they did not know they would have to go so very far to find Jesus, and many of them had brought nothing to eat. One boy, however, had not forgotten his lunch-basket, and in his basket he carried five little loaves of barley bread and two small fishes.

       When the multitude came near, Jesus received them kindly and sat down to teach them again. He healed the sick ones whom they had brought to him, and taught them many things about the kingdom of heaven.

       After a while the day wore on and evening came. Still the people lingered near, seeming to forget they could find no food or shelter in the desert place. The disciples grew impatient with them and came to ask Jesus to send them away.

       “They have brought no food,” said the disciples, “and we can not supply food for them in this wilderness; therefore send them away that they may buy food in the towns and villages as they journey home.”

       But Jesus answered, “We must feed them before sending them away.” Then, turning to Philip he asked, “Where shall we find bread, that all these people may eat?”

       Philip looked at the great multitude and shook his head. “If we should buy two hundred pennyworth of bread,” he answered, “there would not be enough for each one to have a small piece.”

       While Jesus and the disciples were discussing what to do, the boy who had not forgotten to carry his lunch came near and heard their conversation. Then he showed his basket of food to one of the disciples, and he offered to give the food to Jesus. The disciples, who was Andrew, came and told Jesus what the boy had said.

       “How many loaves are there in the basket?” asked Jesus.

       Andrew said, “Only five and two small fishes. But what will that be among so many people?”

       Jesus replied, “Bring them to me.”

       Then he told his disciples to bid the people sit down in groups, in some fifty and in others a hundred, and wait for their evening meal. While they waited, he took the little loaves and the fishes and blessed them and broke them into small pieces. He filled a basket for each of the twelve disciples and sent them to pass the food among the hungry people. Then the disciples returned and again he filled their empty baskets.

       When all the people had eaten, he sent the disciples to gather up the scraps that had been left over, and they found twelve baskets full of scraps. And every one in the great multitude had eaten enough to satisfy his hunger. The boy who had brought the lunch-basket to Jesus had all that he could eat, and he shared his little lunch with every one in the great throng because he had let Jesus bless his offering.

       This unusual miracle caused much excitement among the people. They wanted Jesus to become their king instead of letting the Roman government rule them any longer. They believed that he could set them free from the rule of the Romans, whom they hated. They thought it would be wonderful to have a king rule them who could feed them by working miracles.

       But Jesus would not allow the people to take him for their king. Although he was a King, yet he had not come to earth to rule an earthly kingdom.

       He commanded his disciples to enter their ship at once and return to the other side of the Sea. And when they left him, then he dismissed the multitude and went alone upon the mountain near by to pray.

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ARTIST CORNER: FACE2FACE INTERVIEW AS TEEWORSHIP PREPARES TO RELEASE A NEW SONG| @TEEWOSHIP5

Q) Triumphant Radio: Please can we officially meet you?

A) I’m Taiwo Ibidapo

Q) Triumphant Radio: Before we ask you about your new Release Ajamafitibose, tell us about your background, how it all started and a bit about your Ministry?

A) Born into a family of 6, hailed from Ilesa, Osun State, Nigeria. He bagged BSc. Industrial Chemistry with a fantastic result, from the prestigious Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ogun State, Nigeria, running HR at Master degree level, even though paused for a while now, coupled with some certifications in PMP, HR, CRM and also a Dilpoma in Project Management (Ireland). Singing in the choir has been on since I knew about myself (age 4), from children choir to Teens choir, to Youth choir, till now. Well, I started this Worship Ministry in 2015, and went into full time May 2016. Our core area is Worship with the mandate of \salvation and healing.

Q) Triumphant Radio: Wow …so how long have you being doing this now?

A) 2 years

Q) Triumphant Radio: So what`s your Biggest regret since you started music ministry?

A) no regret

Q) Triumphant Radio: May I ask do u have an Albums or how many single have release?

A) Album project is still in progress, and so far released 5 songs

Q) Triumphant Radio: Can you tell the world about you newest song release and the inspiration behind this Song.

A) …..AjaGunMafitiBonse (The God that fights without a Gun) came as a Sound from heaven, while in my office, and it’s set to address issues on the go. Produced by Greenwox (Abuja),mixed and mastered by Kenzeal (Malaysia). This Prophetic song reflects the Greatness of God as a Mighty Man of War, Who has never lost any war before, just as He did for the Israelites at the Red Sea (Exodus 14), also during the reign of King Jeoshaphat, when they were faced by 3 cities , but later got victory without a fight just by singing a loud Praise and Worship unto our King (2Chronicles 20), and also to Paul and Silas when they were thrown into the prison for preaching the Gospel (Acts 16:25). This is a song to be sung to your battles and challenges, and you can be sure of Great Victory.
AjagunmafitiBonse is in 2 parts (Main and Reprise), you can’t afford to miss any part).

Q) Triumphant Radio: from our updates from your past single release we noticed that you did a song title SANGIRILAGIRI with Kenny Kore, so how does it take you to reach Him, actually tell us about the connection?

A) Yes, I did the remix of Sangirilagiri with Kenny Kore. Well, it wasn’t tough getting through to him. we met in a program here in Abuja, and I was privileged to minister before, of which I’ve been a lover of his music ever since I was much younger. I made a request across to him, and he agreed to do that, after he listened to the original version of the song Sangirilagiri, which was my first received and recorded song ever.

Q) Triumphant Radio: Teeworship are you single or married?

A) Married

Q) Triumphant Radio: What inspires you when you write your songs?

A) I can’t remember sitting to write any song. I receive Sounds, and God breathes into it. Sometimes, they come in bits, and so one needs to be sensitive to receiving the rest, which might take days, weeks, even months.

Q) Triumphant Radio: So Teeworship, who or what are your greatest influences, role models and mentors, spiritual leaders?

A)… .My number one influence are my parents (Daddy and Mummy Ibidapo).
I’ve always loved the Ministry of Michael W smith, and it really influenced my worship depth. Role Models are Michael W smith, Hillsongs, Nathaniel Bassey, and recently PITA. Mentors are Bukola Bekes, Nathaniel Bassey (by connectivity and not by close proximity yet). Spiritual leaders are Pastor Juwon Ariyo and Pastor Ade Alabi.

Q) Triumphant Radio: Your last words Teeworship?

A). Patience is needful in this Ministry, especially when you are called by God, and not that you called yourself. Faithful is He that has called you. There is need for one to patiently wait for direction, and money shouldn’t be the drive, but it’s very important as well, and it’s very sure money would come at it’s right timing. So, I advice we pursue Power from on high, excellence and consistency, then money would come easily.

Q) So how can your fans reach you on social media or if they need you for events, how can they reach your management team?

A) They can follow me on twitter and Instagram via @teeworship5 and like my facebook page @ Tee Worship, and can also subscribe to my YouTube channel (Tee Worship). Management team can be reached on +234 (0) 8078360585

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In the beautiful surroundings of Upcote Farm in Cheltenham, 2000 Trees festival is a gem of a find if you’ve been lucky enough…I found this festival in 2008 when ‘Reuben’ were due to headline, but even though they disbanded a few weeks prior to the festival, us fans still decided to turn up, and boy am I glad I did… Being a small sized 5000 capacity festival, theres enough people to fill tents/stages, but not enough to have 20 minute waits at the bars and toilets. The balance between atmosphere and accessibility is second to none. The food stalls are all hand picked, the same with the local ciders/ales and beers, the organisers have really nailed it on the head, you can tell they themselves are passionate about underground and emerging talent, as well as bringing in some big names, it really does cater for every type music fan.

Arriving late on the Thursday I caught ‘The Cave’ tent headliner ‘Dan le Sac Vs Scroobius Pip’, merging Hip-Hop and electronic overlaid with Spoken word vocals, this duo really know how to put on a show, merging beautifully clever lyrics over various genre bending instrumentals, one minute your dancing, the next your in awe of this intense musical duo, spine tinglingly truthful lyrics backed up by brilliantly arranged tracks.

Main stage headliners ‘Band Of Skulls’ hail from Southampton and have recently graced some well deserved slots including ‘Glastonbury’, ‘Sonisphere’ and supporting ‘Arcade Fire’ at Hyde Park.. Blues rock with arena worthy tunes, duo male and female vocals they really stand out and have a sound that upcoming bands will sure be influenced by. In the coming years I can see this band gaining bigger and wider audiences and headlining much bigger stages. As the sun sets the backlit stage at 2000 Trees was witnessing something very special, a homegrown band sure to be one of our new demanded exports.

“Lonely The Brave have a huge sound, mind-blowing vocals and an instant quality of musicianship that engulfs the crowd in a state of admiring concentration. After a new favourite band? you’ve found them.

Second from top on ‘The Cave’, ‘Jamie Lenman’, the man behind one of the UK’s much loved cult bands ‘Reuben’, now solo, he mixes monstrous hardcore with bluesy folk with his new heavy-mellow band. Jamie’s set concentrated more on the heavy side of his recently released double album ‘Muscle Memory’, with some classic ‘Reuben’ songs thrown in. A true hero of most at the festival, its such a treat to see this underground icon grace the stage at the festival he helped shape, for me at least!

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