Dance Elele is a jam for you to literally jump and dance to. It has that European dance genre sound to it, as well African bongo drums running through to bring it home. On “Elele” eMJOY shares a testimony of being saved by Jesus, from peril in this world. And the word “elele” means “to the fullest” as eMJOY defines it, although it’s a commonly used Nigerian street slang with a variety of interpretations.
Jamalo Shamalo is more of a relaxed tone song which you can still bob your head to. Lots of African bongo drums pervade it but a constant beat on which eMJOY tries to pour his heart out, articulating his conviction of triumph through constant let downs.
Here, he believes in God. That regardless of what comes his way, he chooses to “let’s go (Jamalo), keep it going (Shamalo), keep following the Father (Je ka Ma Baba Lo)” as you hear in Yoruba language just before each chorus comes in. Taymie is the gracefully vocally endowed singer assisting on the chorus.
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One of Africa’s most notable producer Masterkraft features Frank Edwards and Chocolate City singer NOSA on his new single “New Day”. This song celebrates life and a positive prayer for the day; something that should sit well with the young and the old. Download and tell us what you think about the song.
I go by the name Gil
Rich boy on e beat
You’re bigger than what the people say
God,no be lie
All around the world I’ve found no one like You
My lord of Genesis to revelation
You’re my elevation
You never lie
The ancient of days
Been waiting on me
You’ve been patient for days
And now your Glory traced me
My Lord You raised me
The devil tried hard
But still he can’t disgrace me
I run to You Lord
Yet You never chased me
The love of my life,Yeah you still embrace me
The love You’ve got for me is so priceless
Your Highness,you’re the dopest
You know best
Hands in the air,to the air I breathe
Worship at your feet,no Accapella
Worship on the beat
So You can feel me better
Huh! I wanna tell em that you died on the cross
You’re the boss,BRT no near You
So glad I found You
You gave my life a new meaning
And I’m loving this feeling
I don’t wanna let go,no
Tonite I’m gon praise
I’m not going without You
I’m lost in your presence
I’m grateful to You oh Lord
Let it rain,let it rain
I can feel Your rain falling on me
Oh Lord You reign,oh Lord You reign in my life
Let it rain,let it rain I can feel your rain falling on me
From the stables of Rocktown Records comes this brand new song from Gil featuring Frank Edwards. The song is all about God, Our El Shadai, Jehovah Jireh and our Everything. This is a song of worship laced with nice bars from Gil and a melodious hook by Frank who doubles as the producer.
Although the song was released July, I saw the need to drop it here on my blog to enable it to be accessible to those who are in need of it. . . Gospel artist, Ajuju drops an inspirational, and uplifting single titled “Chante Hallelujah.” He teamed up with Rapper Ola Omega in this one. Download, Listen and share your thoughts.
FLO is a multi-talented Rock artist as well as a seasoned Music Producer and Prolific Songwriter. FLO grew up into a musical family. His mother was a classical soloist while his father was also a singer, writer and instrumentalist. His album, ‘Christmas According to FLO’ is the first-ever release from his musical stables. FLO has written, co-written, produced and worked with countless number of artists including ‘Shalamar’, ‘Efe’, ‘Midnight Crew’, ‘Aaron T Aaron’, ‘Kore’, ‘Onos Bikawei’ and many more.
Here is Flo with “Twale” a wonderful praise song that has all it takes to give God praise and “Here I Am To Worship” You’ll love it.
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In the wake of Nigeria’s 53rd independence celebration. Crystal award winning choir The Avalanche who are recognized as official choir of The Commonwealth Of Zion Assembly (COZA) have released a remixed rendition of the Nigerian national anthem. I can assure you it is worth listening to.
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The eagerly anticipated sax version of Infinity’s ‘Aye o le’ performed by fast-rising saxophonist, Desanya, feat. Kenny Kore is finally here.
Desanya who recently released his promo CD, ‘All Time Thanks’, performs melodious saxophone instrumentals with support from Kenny K’ore who speaks in tongues and also voices some parts of the popular song from Infinity’s groundbreaking ‘Olori-oko’ album.
According to the unassuming Desanya, the collaboration came about while he was worshiping one morning and the Holy Spirit ministered the title of the song to him. He immediately reached out to Kore (formerly of Infinity) and that was it. The song was produced by Joshua of Hilltop studios.
Desanya began his foray into the world of music at the tender age of ten, serving as the church pianist at the RCCG parish where he worshipped before he was 16. During this period, he developed a strong passion for the saxophone, which is now his major instrument, though he also plays the guitar and talking drum.
As a born-again Christian, he identifies God as the source of his inspiration. And with his saxophone, he has been able to define his own unique style of afro centric music, that is a blend of traditional sounds and contemporary rhythm, which never fails to inspire his audience anywhere he performs.
His talent and prowess on the saxophone has taken him to various concerts, churches, weddings and other events. He has also played as backup for the popular ace saxophonist, Segun Oluwayomi.
Freeborn is out with yet another single. This time they brought Henrisoul to do justice to the song. According to them “We like what God is doing in our lives because its blowing up our minds and we feel its time for us to tell our fans out there that we don’t have time to play anymore we are in for some serious business. God has given us power to have dominion over everything”.
Freeborn is explosive and energetic for GOD They call their kind of music MAD music which means Manifold Anointed Discharge Of Music.
Obiwon marked a season of new beginnings and greater heights earlier this year as he was honoured by the National Gospel Awards as Best Crossover Artist, his first ever award in the genre. He has also graced the cover of the latest edition of Vine Magazine, an entertainment and lifestyle magazine for young positive minds.
In his cover interview, Obiwon speaks about his conversion and salvation experience, his humble musical beginnings dating back almost two decades and the challenges of switching over from secular to gospel music. In the midst of an active ministerial schedule, Obiwon also played guest judge at the Owerri Auditions of Destiny Child Gospel Talent Hunt and had his catalogue released this week on Spinlet, Africa’s premiere mobile music platform.
The rest of the year promises to be much more exciting as Obiwon continues to unveil plans and activity towards the release and establishment of “Gold Water”. Now check out his new single F.a.t.h.e.r 2.0 coupled with Testify featuring Mike Abdul.
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