Ogecha thrills the music industry yet again with another #StatementTrack, #TimeToCelebrate, produced by GospelondeBeatz.
A fusion of pop and Afro music, and a true testament to her personal style of lyrical aptitude and dedication to creating good music, #TimeToCelebrate will not only bring you to your feet but will keep you engaged, trying out the new #DanceStep the song inspires.
Umoren Ayang-Ifiok Umoren aka Minister Umoren is the last son and last born in a final of 4 to Professor U. E. Umoren and Professor (Mrs) Grace Umoren the Head Pastors of Power Of Faith Bible Church International. His also a graduate from the Department of Zoology and Environmental Biology in University Of Calabar. He started dancing and singing in the Children’s Choir at the age of 7, now as an adult He still sings and dances for God. Here is His first Solo Single titled ‘Always’ a song that will remind you that no matter the situation you find yourself just as Job in God’s Holy Bible, you should never loose your PRAISE… Download, Share, Enjoy & Be Blessed.
Consistency indeed is the name of the game for Tell The Truth crooner, Yinque Afrique as he drops another single, How Market, that is indeed inspirational in its lyrics and tune.
His unique blend of highlife and Afro-fusion lyrics come across in a humorous style in How Market which looks at the usual way and manner people go about poking their nose into other people’s lives without handling their own personal issues.
How Market has also got a very catchy beat and tune from the beginning to the end that will see you humming along in agreement with the wonderful combination of eclectic beats and instruments that really soothes the ears of its listener.
This will be Yinque Afrique’s fifth single this year and it definitely keeps us looking forward to his debut album which should drop in the first quarter of 2015.
So go ahead….Listen! Enjoy! Download and Share
MkcKhidz won’t let this xmas pass them by, bringing in a new xmas song titled “Party Time” Produced by wole oni. According to MkcKhidz “Music for us, is primarily a medium for communication – to pass a message. Unfortunately, nowadays, it’s majorly a medium for entertainment and less of the message. But we’ve come to redefine things.” Listening to the stumps of the high-powered music, you can’t but rise, dance and shine to the rhythm and the rap message. It’s simply electric and irresistible! Taste it, feel it and enjoy it yourself.
On the heels of unveiling her new album, Power flow, MoniQue has just released “Way Maker,” a new song from the album featuring the incomparable Sammie Okposo!
It’s two of the most recognizable and smooth voices in the Nigerian Gospel music industry, joining forces for a praise track.
Get the album “Power flow” it’s a must-have in your music collection
One of the common things I’ve heard people say they love about my music is transparency. I feel like that honesty allows for people to relate and hopefully be encouraged that they are not alone. As I was working on Empire, I remember being in a late studio session with Dirty Rice and Tony Tillman. Our session had come to a halt as we watched riots and protests erupt in Ferguson, Missouri. My heart was broken. It prompted me to write a song.
One thing that I’ve noticed in today’s climate is we are a forgetful people. All of us have experienced great hurts and disappointments. In those moments, our desire isn’t to be fixed or fact checked. It is to be healed. We just want the hurt to go away. We just want to be loved regardless of our mistakes.
The only way our nation will heal is if people begin to empathize with one another. We don’t have to agree, but we can hear each other out. We don’t have to understand each other’s hurt, but we can be there to console one another. The Bible tells us to encourage and build one another up. Hebrews 4:15 says, “For we do not have a high priest who is unable to empathize with our weaknesses, but we have one who has been tempted in every way, just as we are – yet He did not sin.”
He felt our pain.
Jesus saw people who were rioters, self-righteous, and of all different backgrounds. He could have easily said, “They need to get what they deserve.” But instead He died the death ALL of us should have died.
I propose that we die to our pride. Let’s die to our desire to win arguments and seek to heal one another. Let’s empathize with one another. Let’s build REAL relationships with people that don’t look like us.
– Derek Minor