Been singing since as long as I can remember I existed, the gifting became more evident when I joined RCCG in 2004 and by 2005 started getting invites across neighbouring local churches. In 2007, I joined RCCG (Jesus House), LP 36; and by 2014 have had the rare privilege of ministering almost across all the over 500 parishes within the province, at the time.
Notable experiences were the opportunities to minister when the province was commissioned by Pastor E.A Adeboye, the Regional Let’s Go-A Fishing with Daddy G.O at Lekki and the ministrations at the RCCG camp along with Regional Youth Choir. However, the journey was officially begun when on September 1st, 2016, I dropped Mogbéoga my debut single.
The response and reception was overwhelming and I knew of a truth I was indeed made for this. A few more singles were dropped along the journey of growth and knowledge acquisition, one of which was Oore, which was accompanied by unbelievable reception, feedbacks, testimonies and Grace!
Today with a mouth full of praise to God and a heart of gratitude, I announce this great step to you, my family, fans and loved ones; my first collection of songs titled “Sound of Gratitude”, “Ohùn Opé”. Knowing fully well and with total conviction that praise is the way out of every lockdown – spiritual, physical, mental, financial and every wise. I share with the world the testimony of the exact tool that has worked for me – a mere orphan, a very broken vessel, now made unto honour.
Dear family, fans and loved ones; being my first, I need all the support and prayers I can get. Please pray along with us, truth is; this is beyond me, so I need you now much more than ever.
I must say that I’m grateful to God for granting me His divine financial provisions and the time and more focus due to lockdown. He caused sweeth water to proceed out of a bitter situation for me.
Thank the Lord with me as we anticipate ” Sound of Gratitude” COMING SOON.