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DOWNLOAD MP3: Rhose Avwomakpa – Mighty God

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Rhose Avwomakpa is a Nigerian-born gospel music minister, song writer and an ordained Pastor at Church of God Mission International (CGMI) and Christ Missionaries Crusaders Church International (CMCC’Int).

She is a ‘choir girl’, born and bred in church precisely Church of God Mission International (CGMI), singing in the choir since childhood and her calling and passion is to minister to God and his people till Jesus returns.

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On August 30th 2015, she launched and released her debut Album ‘You are Good’ at Church of God Mission International – Faith Arena, Benin city – Nigeria. The album was a collection of nine (9) track inspirational songs (‘You Blow My Mind Away‘, ‘You Are Good‘.)

In 2019 precisely May 3rd, the Album ‘You Are Good Live’ was recorded at Christ Missionaries Crusaders Church International, Warri-Nigeria.

‘You Are Good Live’ album is an eleven (11) track album with a collection of creatively composed styles of music, from African rhythms and melodies to traditional gospel, Rock, Ballard’s and contemporary worship.

RHOSE AVWOMAKPA is married to Kaycee Oghenenyerhovwo Avwomakpa, the first son of Archbishop Goddowell Avwomakpa and they are blessed with three children, Jael, Joel and Jesse.

The album is available on all music stores.

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Mighty God Live’ is the first official video released on the 16th of May, 2020. It’s a dynamic, energetic and spirited song in English and Ishan (a South south Nigerian dialect) language, with a composition of different African rhythms and melodies. Watch, Be Blessed and Share;

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LYRICS

Mighty might God

We serve a mighty mighty God

In all the earth

No God is worthy

No God else deserves all the praise

In all the heaven no power is greater

All power in heaven and on earth belongs to you

Oh the name of the Lord is a strong tower

The righteous runs in and he is safe

Though we walk through the valley of the shadow of death

We will fear no evil

Mighty mighty God

We serve a mighty mighty God

Resp:

Mighty mighty God

We serve a mighty mighty God

In all the earth

No God is worthy

No God else deserves all our praise

In all the heaven no power is greater

All power in heaven and on earth belongs to you

Oh the name of the Lord is a strong tower

The righteous runs in and he is safe

Lord you promised

You’ll never leave me

nor forsake

nor forsake me

hey hey

Rise and praise and praise and praise and praise and

Rise and praise the Lord

For the Lord is mighty

Praise the Lord

Everybody praise the Lord

Praise Him

Ro ole, Ro ole, Ro ole, Ro ole, Ro ole

(Praise him, praise him, praise him, praise him, praise him)

Ro ole, Ro ole, Ro ole, Osenobua me kpono gbe

(Praise him, praise him, praise him my God is so great)

Resp:

Ro ole, Ro ole, Ro ole, Ro ole, Ro ole

(praise him, praise him, praise him, praise him, praise him)

Rise and praise and praise and praise and praise and

Rise and praise the Lord…

Rise and Praise and Praise and Praise and Praise and Praise and praise and praise and praise and praise and praise and …

Rise and praise the Lord

for the Lord is mighty

praise the Lord

everybody praise the Lord

Praise Him

Wave your hands in the air

Wave your hands in the air

Wave your hands in the air

Wave your hands in the air

To the left to the right

To the left to the right

To the left to the right

To the left to the right

Lift your hands in the air

Lift your hands in the air

Lift your hands in the air

Lift your hands in the air

To the left to the right

To the left to the right

To the left to the right

To the left to the right

If your God is mighty

I want to see you clapping

Let me see you clapping

Let me see you clapping

If your God is mighty

I want to see you dancing

Let me see you dancing

let me see you dancing

If your God is mighty

let me hear you shout

let me hear you shout

Ose ni ga kpono gbe

(The God I serve is so great)

Ose kpono gbe

(God is so great)

O kpono gbe

(He is so great)

Jesu kpono gbe

(Jesus is so great)

Ai miono dia bole

(There is no one like him)

Ai miono dia bole

(There is no one like Him)

Ai miono dia bole

(There is no one like Him)

Ai miono dia bole no ri bho khun

(There is no one like who is in heaven)

Ai miono re khokhole no dia bo ole

(There is no one to compare to him, no one is like him)

Ai miono dia bole

(There is no one like Him)

Ai miono dia bole

(There is no one like Him)

Ai miono dia bose no ri bho khun

(There is no one like our God who is in heaven)

Ai miono re khokhole no dia bo ole

(There is no one to compare to him, no one is like him)

Rise and praise and praise and praise and praise

Rise and praise the Lord….

All:

Praise Him

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DOWNLOAD MP3: GD Harrison – Yeshua

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George David Harrison, a.k.a. GD Harrison, a Nigerian Contemporary Gospel singer and songwriter finally drops his highly anticipated release,”Yeshua.”

“Yeshua” is a deeply spiritual worship song that calls out the Hebrew name of Jesus automatically takes you into the presence of the almighty from the very first verse.

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In his words: “This song was placed in my heart by the Holy Spirit at such a chaotic time as this to remind the world that it is never too late to call on YESHUA, the Son of the Living God because He still saves and delivers!”

GD Harrison released his first single titled “You’ve Opened My Eyes” in 2017, which was an instant hit and in that same year, released, “Burning Fire”.

He has since then been blessing our lives with multiple hit songs like “Power In The Name”, “I Live To Worship You”, “Revival”, and others from his hit EP “Mountain Flame”. Check out more songs HERE.

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DOWNLOAD MP3: Morris Makafui – Blewu Blewu (Gradually) ft St. TomDavid

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Ghanaian super-recording Gospel music minister, Morris Makafui outshines once again with a wonderful tune titled ‘Blewu Blewu’ which means ‘Gradually’.

What more could a world drowned in these discouraging waters of our day ask for?

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What more could a season toss with so many boisterous storms, filling minds with, so strong the urge to quit?

What more could hearts and relationships wrecked with setbacks and oppositions; and the multitude of visions and hopes sunken in tears, ask … than something uplifting, elevating, even levitating for their broken spirits?

Something that defies the urge to quit!

Something both the young and the old, in pursuit of their purpose, can identify with.

A balm that soothes our pains, strengthens our knees, and reverbs our minds with positivity as we press on for the goal set before us.

From the depths of his creative reserves, God’s anointed vessel, Minister Morris Makafui, has drawn out an answer; another heart-warming, Spirit-filled, and inspirational masterpiece to match an answer to the above quest. It’s a melody with a clash of Ghanaian and western vibes ready to be released, a mega blast in entity! He got St. TomDavid, God’s very own mouthpiece, featuring on this one.

Our lives have witnessed the greatness of YAHWEH MOST HIGH.

After we tasted of his amazing grace and giving honor to whom honor is due, we proclaimed EDZEBUBU.

Seeing our hearts still overflowing with gratitude, we chanted AKPELOO.

It’s time to raise the bar with the attitude to begin walking on the waters, as we focus on Christ. It is time to climb the great altitudes of destiny, with our eyes fixed on our destination, one step at a time.

BLEWU BLEWU (gradually) We’ll surely get there!

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LYRICS

VERSE 1

I’m up and awake

Such a blessing I have

In the midst of the struggles

Pain delays and setback

Will I be standing tall?

Winning the battles

I wanna be everything you’ve called me to be

I’m looking up to you Lord.

PRECHORUS

Mama gbl) nam be mága vor o

( Mama told me not to be afraid)

Đo nu de Mawu nu ko

Awoe nawo godo godo yeah

(Just rely on God he will surely do it for you.)

Blewushie Blewushie y3 nyale( Patience is golden)

CHORUS

Blewu (8x) (gradually)

We’ll surely get there

Blewu (8x)

No giving up we’ll surely get there

Verse 2

SPOKEN WORD:

When we started, felt like we’re running on a treadmill.

When every foot put forward, brought us back to where we started.

And though I’m called to the nations

I kept wrestling depression and stagnation.

Now I stand far from where I started

But yet still, seem far from my destination

I’m caught up in strait betwixt two

Between my yesterday, O! And my tomorrow

To proceed or retreat, God, I do not know!

But this one thing, I’m certain, Yes! I do know.

This journey shall be for a record.

For a light to the world.

We’ll arrive if we don’t stop moving.

So Father! All we need is more of your grace.

As we seek your face ‘nd as we walk in your ways.

Grant us the confidence to face my days

And the competence that we may win our race.

CHORUS

Blewu Blewu(gradually)

We’ll surely get there

Blewu Blewu

No giving up we’ll surely get there

BRIDGE

“We’ll keep on running

No stopping

Pressing on for the price

No matter what we going through

We will still fight until the end”

PRECHORUS

Mama gbl) nam be mága vor o

( Mama told me not to be afraid)

Đo nu de Mawu nu ko

Awoe nawo godo godo yeah

(Just rely on God he will surely do it for you.)

Blewushie Blewushie y3 nyale( It is Patience is Golden)

CHORUS

Blewu (8×) (GRADUALLY)

We’ll surely get there

Blewu (8×)

No giving up we’ll surely get there

OUTRO

Little by little

Kakra kakra

We’ll surely get there

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DOWNLOAD MP3: Dunsin Oyekan & TY Bello – Oranmo Nise Fayati

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When Dunsin and I chanted these words “Oranmo nise fayati” a week ago, it was like we were speaking into the now.

It’s funny, the first time I heard these words was 2 years ago from an American friend of mine @michellebenedek . She doesn’t speak Yoruba at all, yet she heard the Spirit whisper these words to her and she wanted to be sure exactly what it meant… It’s a Yoruba phrase that describes God as the Father sending out His children on a mission and supporting them with all that He is. But it will always mean this : We can dare to be bold and courageous when we know that we have God’s backing…We are never alone when we run with the heart of God. So as the nation unites to speak up against injustice and oppression, it is clear that the the giant in every Nigerian heart has come alive again. Things can never be the same. NIGERIA AWAKES…IT’S A NEW DAY…WE ARE NOT AFRAID.

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Recorded by David Joshua for Ideal Concept Solutions

Keys by George Ade Alao and Josh Bowale

Performed by Dunsin Oyekan and TY Bello

Filmed by Adelodun Akinwale 

Edited by Temiloluwa Films

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