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Blessing Ovie – Omalicha (Beautiful God)



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Blessing Ovie – Omalicha (Beautiful God)

Blessing Ovie – Omalicha (Beautiful God)
Gospel music minister and songwriter, Blessing Ovie releases another hit song titled “OMALICHA”.

Omalicha is an Igbo word that means “Beautiful God”, The song speaks about the awesomeness of God in his ways. Indeed, He is a beautiful God.





Blessing Ovie is a Nigerian-born Gospel music minister, who hails from Ughelli North in Delta State. She grew up in a family of four (two boys and two girls). She released her first album titled (divine inspiration) in 2010 which was a major hit and was signed on to a record label called Obatt records. Since then it has been a transition from one level of grace to another in the music ministry.
She currently serves as a lead vocalist at LFC(winner’s chapel) IMO state and She has featured severally in a major worship concert tagged” worship and clouds ” organized by pastor E.O Godwin’s, which holds every year at the Sam Ogbemudia Stadium in Benin City, Edo State.
What triggered her music career was her music director Ehi Sam who never gave up on her in spite of the odds against her in her early days as a music minister.
She is set to bring down the Davidic experience in her new single titled OMALICHA.

Watch Video Below;


”Uh…we worship u Jesus(Tongues)
Jehovah is ur name Messiahwe call you our God 2x
Rep:Jehovah is ur name Messiah we call u our God 2x
Prince of peace soon coming king
Lord of all God my maker Jehovah is ur name Messiah you are my God oh….Omalicha3x
When I think about how great u are
Every time I ponder about how wonderful u are
Of all d miracle’s that u have done
These are wonders that one can not explain
See how u heal the sick, how u raise the dead, how u heal the blind make d barren woman to have a child, Jehovah is your name Messiah you are my God

Agunechemba ebubedike ,
king of glory I will worship you until the end oh
Oh oh oh oh
Let my worship rise to you, your d king of glory Restoration God, there is nothing u can’t do
Rep: there is nothing u can’t do
Signs and wonder God there is nothing u can not change
Rep:u can’t change
When I think about how great u are
Rep: How great u are
Every time I ponder about how wonderful u are
Rep:u are wonderful
I love to love u more
Rep: I love to love u more
I love to crave for u
Rep: I love to crave for u
I love to live for u yarn for u and serve u more
Rep: oh oh oh oh
Receive my praise ebubedike nagha
Rep: receive my praise 3x
Receive my praise as I call u ur name

The End

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Twitter: Blessingovie5

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Download music: ‘My Hallelujah Praise’ – Pitahappy



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My Hallelujah Praise By  Pitahappy

‘My Hallelujah Praise’, is a happy, easy-to-sing along, song of gratitude to God that flows from a heart that has experienced God’s mercy and miracle of intimacy with Christ.
We all have reasons to be grateful to God. Yet, like in Luke 17:15 we often take for granted the seeming ‘little’ daily blessings of being alive, healthy, wealthy in easy access to help, food, friends and family. Look closely, you will surely find reason to flow with this song and let God enjoy your praise from a thankful heart. Bring it on!
Pitahappy is a grace filled Nigerian Music Minister serving God and his church as a multi instrumentalist, songwriter and a recording artist. This is his second Single after, Ikwesiri-Ekwesi and his 11 track debut album.
Check it out Now!  play the song, download it, share it and kindly follow me, it’s a support I don’t take for granted.
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Download music: Sonoj Onoja – “Wéthembékilé”



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Sonoj Onoja, an Abuja based artist and the current music director in Champions Royal Assembly

He is out yet another song but this time, the song it’s in ZULU South African language titled “Wéthembékilé

Produced by Dr. Simmy.

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5 Nigerian Gospel Artists to Keep an Eye On before end of 2021(EXCLUSIVE)



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The year 2021 is half way but that does not determine the package and plans some talented gospel singers have for the year, we would be listing out 5 Nigerian gospel artists to watch out for before the year 2021 runs out.

Though the start of the year 2021 was a bit difficult for gospel artists due to the outbreak of COVID-19 in the country the previous year, which caused some of the country’s top musicians to release fewer songs due to financial constraints and a lack of access to some resources required at the time.

The outbreak of the virus in 2020 compelled some well-known gospel singers to learn how to use digital media to enhance and expand their presence.

However, some of these top artists have wasted no time in releasing new sounds for their followers and fans to enjoy this year.

Because of the resources invested in the gospel music industry by some young gospel artists, GreatGospelMusic has compiled a list of five top gospel artists to look out for before 2021 ends.

Here are our top five gospel artists to look out for in 2021.

1. Moses Bliss

Moses Bliss drove his way into the hearts of gospel music fans in 2020 when he released the songs ‘Too Faithful’ and ‘Bigger Everyday,’ which quickly became anthems among gospel music lovers and choirs.

The songwriter and music minister released his first single, “E No Dey Fall My Hand,” in January 2017 and has been consistent in the industry since then.

Bliss, who plays a variety of instruments, has released popular songs such as ‘You I Live For,’ ‘Too Faithful,’ ‘Bigger Everyday,’ and a variety of other lovely sounds.

Many people will be hoping for more from the talented young artist before 2021 runs out.

2. Mercy Chinwo

Mercy Chinwo, a one-time winner of Nigerian Idol, has bought her way into the hearts of gospel music fans with her back-to-back singles.

The singer and songwriter made headlines in 2020 when she released a remix of her song “Excess Love” featuring recording artist JJ. Hairston.

RELATED: Top 15 Nigerian Gospel Songs 2021

Because of her consistency, Chinwo was given the opportunity to minister at the 2020 experience, and much will be expected of her in 2021.

Omekannaya, Chinedum, Obinasom, and other beautiful songs have been released by the gospel artist.

3. Ada Ehi

Ada Ogochukwu Ehi, popularly known as Ada Ehi, a 37-year-old performing artist, singer, and songwriter, tops the list of Naija Music’s top 5 artists to watch in 2021.

The Christ Embassy member, like other gospel artists from the church such as Sinach, Frank Edwards, Eben, and many others, has established a presence in the music industry.

Ada remained consistent in 2020, despite the fact that the year was generally difficult for Nigerians due to the pandemic outbreak.

Last year, the recording artist bought her way into the hearts of Nigerians with her beautiful song “I Overcame.”

Other songs by her include Cheta, Only You Jesus, and I Testify.

4. Tim Godfrey

Tim Godfrey, the owner of the ROX Nation record label, is one of Nigeria’s most consistent gospel artists.

Tim Godfrey has established a name for himself and his singers over the years, with artists such as IBK flourishing in the gospel music industry.

The vocal instructor is well-known for his yearly program “Fearless,” in which he invites top artists from around the world to perform.

We believe Tim will not disappoint music fans in the coming year, and we anticipate new sounds in 2021.

5. Dunsin Oyekan

Dunsin Oyekan renowned gospel artist is a sensation to put a close eye on with huge expectation before the year 2021 runs out.

“Fragrance To Fire” is the latest addition to Dunsin Oyekan’s growing catalog of great songs that are born from a deep and revelatory place. This is also his first new single since his latest album, Kingdom Now, and it follows the project’s recent live video releases, which include Ageless, Holy, and Most High.



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