Toluwanimee Unveils Beautiful Visuals For ”Miracle God” [Dir. by Uvi Orogun] 

International worshipper and singer-songwriter,Toluwanimee premieres the official video to her 2016 chart topping praise & worship single – ”Miracle God”. With Toluwanimee, the word‘powerful’ suits the description of every single released by the blessed singer in recent times. 

‘’Miracle God’’ amongst other songs by Toluwanimee, is a song of thanksgiving from the deepest of hearts to the God who can wrath any kind of miracle, instantly and always. This song was produced by the music producer, Niyi P, with a world class visual interpretation nicely done by ace videographer, Uvi Orogun

Shot on different beautiful locations, the most beautiful was the Cotsworld hilltop which gave such a wonderful ambience to the timely yet timeless single.


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Music: Frank Edwards – Miracle God

Frank Edwards is out with the second single off the birthday EP which dropped on the 22nd of July – Frank’s birthday.

This one is titled “Miracle God” and it is produced by Frank Edwards.

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Music: Toluwanimee – Miracle God

After her last single “Faithful Lord”  that was simply inspiring and uplifting, Toluwanimee is BACK to the scene with this slow tempo rock tune titled “Miracle God” where she employed the expertise of talented producer by Niyi P.

The Nigerian born-UK based Gospel act is truly a psalmist and minstrel. Her large repertoire of musical style has distinguished her she is truly committed to her vision and passion to compel and usher the nations into Gods presence.

Toluwanimee describes her inspiration for “Miracle God” as a personal experience of a need for a miracle she shares – 

“Having been away from my 3 children (my last only 8 months) and hubby for more than a year studying in the UK and losing my sister to an automobile accident in same period. I was struggling with too many changes and being termed a failure because it wasn’t looking good for me at all. I needed a miracle if not my 18 months would have been a total waste.  All I could do was worship on the 20th floor in my cold room and I desperately cried and asked God for a miracle, I sang Glowreeyah Braimah’s “Miracle Worker” a lot day in day out on different occasions. After a period I found myself pulling out new sounds and songs of trust and total reliance on God’s absolute ability to bring me out of the struggle i daily passed through. Among other songs I heard my self saying “you are, you are, you are a miracle worker and the verse flowed through I quickly grabbed my phone and recorded and that was it”.

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