”Yes! I’m still super excited about 1st John 3:1-2 which talks about how deep God’s love is towards us his children (despite our shortcomings) and how intimate God wants us to be with Him.
So I decided to give the song a different (acoustic) feel and featured Johnny drille who I believed could also interpret the song just the way I felt both vocally and production wise.
I hope it blesses you”. Joi Mor
Gospel artist and songwriter, Joy Anwuli Nmor popularly known as Joi Mor has been in the music industry for quite a while. She released her debut album You’ve Got Me Tripping back in 2011 which was produced by A-List producer, GospelOnDaBeat. The album got rave reviews and enjoyed massive airplay all over the country.
The singer who hails from Ndokwa West LGA in Delta State was born into the family of an architect, Mr Edwin and late Mrs Mabel Nmor. Over the course of her music career Joi Mor has shared the same stage with the likes of Freke Umoh, Samsong, BNG, Jude Sax, FootPrint5, Jahdiel amongst others. The Benson Idahosa University graduate of Economics who also currently runs a masters degree in the same field is passionate about making music that reaches the soul as well as glorifies God..
After a brief hiatus from music Joi Mor is back with CHIM’OMA which means MY GOOD GOD. It is an upbeat afro-dance love song produced by Johnny Drille. The song which was inspired by religious happenings around her emphasizes the Father and child relationship that God has with us and how it never fades.
Considering the times we live in, with the trending epidemic, economic instability, poverty and Religious Crisis, one would want to question God’s goodness but the Sensational Singer, Writer, Producer, Music Director, saxophonist and Vocal Coach KeBe Eyong aka KeBee pleads to differ with this brand new single titled “CHIMOMA” which means “My Good God” in Igbo Language. The Song is Inspired by his personal experience of God’s goodness through his walk with him so far which is full of testimonies from areas of Health to his Finances, family, Career wise and the list goes on. An indigene of Yakurr in Cross River State and a trained musicologist at the University of Nigeria Nsukka, KeBee isn’t new to The Gospel Music Industry. He is currently based in Lagos after several exploits for the Lord in Rivers State which includes being one of the Music Directors and Event Coordinators for one of the biggest gospel music event in the South-South region of Nigeria tagged “Dew of Hermon”, which has been consistently held in the city of Omoku for 16 years now by Survival Eyong with theOmoku City Mass Choir. Author of the book “Vocal Tips for Singers”KeBee is currently signed to Omni Music and is a member of the Loveworld Music and Arts Ministry LMAM. Please receive his gift to you.