Anointed music minister, Lady Evang. Modupe Afolabi has finally released her long-anticipated song titled ‘Ite Ogo‘ which means ‘Throne of Glory‘.
The new single is a song of declaration and supplication to God for a greater position in the kingdom of glory.
Produced by Optysound, and video directed by Blessing Fitteg, the song is Modupe’s second release after her 2019 debut album titled ‘Modupe Ore‘
Modupe Esther Afolabi, also known as Owo Oluwa is a music evangelist who has a passion to reach out to a lot of souls through gospel music. She is a songwriter, composer and the leader of “The Hand of God” musical Band.
Chichi Zawmah marks her birthday with a debut single ‘Mercy’. The new single is coming at a time the world is faced with uncountable challenges and uncertainty. She is also using the opportunity to appreciate God for His unfailing mercies and undeniable blessings upon her life.
Speaking on the new single she said ‘ We all are a product of God’s mercy. My new single is anchored on Romans 9:16 (AMP) So then God’s gift is not a question of human will or efforts, but of God’s mercy.
It depends not on one’s willingness nor on his strenuous exertion as in running a race, but on God’s having mercy on him.
Chichi Zawmah is a gifted and anointed music minister, songwriter and a devout worshipper. She started singing at very tender age of 8 and is currently the Minister in charge of music in her church – The Citizens Church, Abuja and the music director of the music arm of Destiny Encounter with Pastor Peter Balogun.
She is the visioneer of Zawmah Springs and Strings that was birthed to bring healing and hope to lives and destinies as they praise and worship God. She is the convener of ‘Just Keep Praising’ a worship programme that has been a blessing to many lives. She believes firmly that music is a tool she will use to spread the message of Jesus to the world.
Get inspired and blessed by this new song of prayer.
The death and resurrection of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ authenticate our dominion and victory. If after all of these and on the last day we are nowhere to be found in heaven, then the sufferings of Christ might have been in vain. It is our duty as Christians to remember that on the last day, there is a glory which we must desire to envelop us even as we are counted among those who made it to heaven.
Here is a song by gospel minister, Josephine Maduabuchi, titled “Halleluyah”. The song reminds us of the victory chant that shall be heard on the last day, as the saints all thank God that they made it to heaven. It is very simple and you can sing along with the lyrics video.
“Halleluyah” is a follow-up to her previously released “Ebube”. Both songs are produced by Dr. Sirme of Magic5ive Media.