SABC Crown Gospel Awards

The LIMA awards are not the only gospel awards to have happened recently. Every year the SABC holds the wonderful Crown Gospel. The event that ended just a few days announced their big winners. The award ceremony took place in Durban, South Africa at the ICC on November 25, 2018.

With over 600 entries of mega gospel stars, judges had a tough time making their selections, yet after much consideration, the winners were chosen!
The ‘Best Collaboration’ category, also received a wave of entries this year, more than it has in the previous years. A large number of entries is tied to the growing local gospel scene which every year nurtures an array of blossoming young artists. The Crown Gospel awards also aim to celebrate the art of lyrics with its award for Best Song Writer.

“There’s a new generation of writers who may not be in the limelight or celebrated but create a grand platform for the singers.” Previous winners in this category included Thina Zungu’s Kwanqaba Umusa and Andile Ka Majola’s Nanoma Niyangibona! Below is a list of the big winners:

 

Best Female Gospel Artist
Swazi Ndlamini – ‘You Are Great’
Mabongi Mabaso – ‘Tintswalo’
Pretty Mhlongo – ‘Gam’elihle’
Verona – ‘Victorious’
Thabelo Metshiunda – ‘U kha Divha u Muzimu Medley ’

Best Male Gospel Artist
Sipho Ngwenya – Intimate Season 3
Tebogo Moloi – Omha Tsohle
Lungi Ndala – Kea Leboha Jesu
Khaya Mthethwa – Umkhulu Umsebenzi

Best of Africa Gospel
Takesure Zama (Zimbabwe) –‘ Ngidinga Wena’
Tshepo Lesole (Botswana) – ‘Use Me’
Godwin Omighale (Nigeria) – ‘Winner Man’
Ayo Solanke (Nigeria) – ‘God of Wonders’

Best Gospel Music Video
Abathandwa Ehhe – ‘Moya Wami’
Fikile Mlomo – ‘Phendula Jehova’
Obrey M – ‘Impumelelo’
Dube Brothers – ‘Blessed’

Best Church Choir
Blessed Jerusalema – ‘Ngijulise’
The Spirit Healer – ‘Ngena Ulindelwe’
Abahlabeleli Uzowapholisa – ‘Amanxeba’

Best Gospel Rock
Buhle Thela – ‘Halleluiah’
DCC – ‘Worship Forward’
Palesa Ngwenya – ‘Awesome God’
Natalie Rungan – ‘Grace is Shouting out’

Best Gospel Jazz Song
Bheka Mthethwa – ‘All By Grace’
Sicelo Moya – ‘Ewe Jesu’
Nzala Mokoena – ‘Konke Ksebenzela Ukulunga’

Best Gospel Maskandi
Amageza Amahle – ‘Ngithandaze’
Indlalifa Kushintsh’ – ‘Isimo’
Mduduzi Nyawose – ‘Ungunguye’
Mude Mude – ‘Wakhulula umoya Wami’

Best Gospel Producer Album
Nqubeko Mbatha for Tshwane Gospel Choir – The Next Revival
Ayanda Ntanzi – Nasempini
Sam Ngonyama – Intimate Worship Season 3
Neyi Zimu – Another Level of Worship

Best Tap and Clap
Sifofane Gospel Choir – ‘Tlohelang ho Bolaya Bomme le Bana’
Thohoyandou God is Love Choir – ‘Mbilu Nyanga’
The Book of Lekgowa – ‘Tsietsi’
Dipaki tsa Morena – ‘Ma Africa’

Best Praise Song
Ayanda Ntanzi – ‘Nasempini’
Tshwane Gospel – ‘Choir Praise Him Alone’
Mlungisi Buthelezi – ‘Ngcwele Ngcwele’
Lungi Ndala – ‘This God That We Serve

Crown Gospel Winner Lebohang Kgapola, Music in Africa
Crown Gospel Winner Lebohang Kgapola, Music in Africa

Best Traditional Gospel
Teboho Moloi – ‘It Is Well’
Babo Ngcobo – ‘Thixo Mkhululi’
The Living Rock – ‘Bombo ra va Kreste’
Bulelani Koyo – ‘Zonke Izono/lizalis’idinga Lakho’

Best Gospel Contemporary Song
Phindi Phewa – ‘Raising Jesus Flag’
Tshwane Gospel Choir – ‘Sweeter’
Neyi Zimu – ‘Victorious’
Gugulethu Nkutha – ‘Risen King’

Best Gospel Group
Tshwane Gospel Group – The Next Revival
Anointed Worship – Live at Breytenbad Season 2
The Living Rock – Bombo ra va Kreste
Abathandwa – Amagatsha

Best Songwriter
Sbu Banda – ‘Kuyokusiza Ngani’
Babo Ngcobo – ‘Thixo Mkhululi’
Mxolisi Mbethe – ‘Sikufanele’
Thula ga Ndlela – ‘Dabula amaZulu Wehle’

Best Gospel Worship Song
Phuluso Thenga – ‘You Are In This Place’
Zonke Makhoba – ‘Before your Throne’
Sicelo Moya – ‘My Everything’
Lebohang Kgapola – ‘We Bless Your Name/We Serve a Great God’

Best Newcomer
Lebohang Kgapola – ‘Freedom Song’
Gugulethu Nkutha – ‘After Creation’
Phummy Shalvah – ‘Strong Redeemer’
Phuluso Thenga – ‘Glory/Uyavhusa’

Best Gospel Album
Sicelo Moya – Solid Rock
DCC – Worship Forward
Tshwane Gospel Choir – The Next Revival
Khaya Mthethwa – Mukhulu Umsebenzi

Best Gospel Song
Dumi Mkokstad – ‘Ulwandle’
Hlengiwe Mhlaba – ‘Sthandwa Sami’
Lungi Ndala – ‘Kea Leboha Jeso’
Khaya Mthethwa – ‘Mkhulu Umsebenzi’

Best Gospel Artist
Baboa Ngcobo – Thixo Mkhululi
Teboho Moloi – Ompha Tsohle
Sipho Ngwenya – Intimate Worship Season 3
Hlengiwe Mhlaba – Sthandwa Sami
Best Gospel Community Radio Show

The LIMA 2018 Playlist

If you missed the unforgettable LIMA awards of 2018, and need your access to the biggest stars on the scene then here you have it. We, at Good Gospel Playlist have compiled a list of the top 4 LIMA winners.

CSO- Worship Song and Song of the Year  

The song ‘Holy Spirit’ won Worship Song and Song of the year. CSO, also known as Sharon Oyakhilome is a minister of the Gospel, singer, songwriter, bandleader, as well as the leader of Christ Embassy London.  As the daughter of Pastor Chris Oyakhilome, the artist grew up in the LoveWorld Nation. According to the artist, the song was written about the “most important person here on earth, the Holy Spirit.” The gospel starlet said that when she wrote the song she was “praying and fellowshipping with Him, He gave me the lyrics and the melody.” The beautiful music video was shot in breathtaking Switzerland.

UR Flames’ – Theme Song of The Year

Boyband UR Flames blew audiences away with their hit song and certainly did give everyone ‘something to shout about’. The song set the theme for the entire IPPC, making everyone get up and move, including the Loveworld president himself, Pastor Chris Oyakhilome.  The duo is no strangers to success. UR Flames have also won awards for the best music video and have performed around the world to their millions of fans.

Testimony Jaga – Song of the Year

The Afro-pop dance track Jehovah is both a local and international hit. The artist, who was recently dubbed the gospel ‘King of the Streets‘ is famous for making music for the street youth of Lagos as well as at the world at large. Testimony was last year’s newcomer and has since received worldwide fame with his dance hits. The gospel star recently said in an interview in the Nigerian Tribune, how grateful he is for the platform he has received from his church leader, Pastor Chris.

Sinach- Best Female Vocalist 

Loveworld crooner and crowd favorite, Sinach won best female singer once again. The vocalist has been dubbed the queen of gospel, filling stadiums all over the world.  Sinach started in small prayer groups in her church choir and eventually went on to be on the biggest gospel singers alive today. Her song ‘I know who I am’ beautifully celebrates identity and belief in God.

There were certainly many more hit songs that evening that celebrated LMAM’s year of music. Just some of them include the first ever quintuple tie in Best Male Vocalist Category; Isaiah Samson, Martin PK, Eben, Obi Shine and Chris Shalom celebrated for exceptional vocals, Lewis, Singer of Hit Track and Best New Act winner, with the song Bulletproof and the UK Mass Choir who won Host Choir of the Year for UK Leaders’ & Partners’. For more songs from the LIMA playlist, click here

Lima Winners 2018 in Pictures

 Check out all the winners of the 2018 LIMA awards and enjoy these memorable moments.

The LIMA awards brought this year’s IPPC to a close, and according to Pastor Chris, was the most successful one to date. Pastor Chris expressed that Christ Embassy has reached new heights. The ‘man of God’, as he is known to his millions of devotees, spoke of this record breaking achievement.  Pastor Chris celebrated the many talented gospel musicians that graced the stage. The event, that was held at the Loveworld Convocation Arena, in Lagos Nigeria, performed their amazing hits and were praised for the beautiful melodies and dedication to the word of God.

Here is the full list of winners.

Jeannine Zoe Wojacek and Frank Edwards: Music Collaboration of the Year;

Kelly Lyon for Producer of the Year

CSO for Worship Song of the Year

Pastor Ester Miracle for Spoken Word Artiste

Supernatural for Music Video of the Year

Rita for Songwriter of the Year

T-Sharp for Theme song of the Year

Eben for Artiste of the Year

CSO for Song of the Year, and in the same category- Testimony for the song Jehova.

Kids Can Dance for Best Dance Act/Drama

Hip Hop Ladies (Holy Hands) for Most Outstanding Group

UK Band for Band of the Year

UK Mass Choir for Host Choir of the Year

Isaiah Samson, Martin PK, Eben, Obi Shine & Chris Shalom for Best Male Vocalists

Lewis for Best New Act of the Year.

There were many crowd favorites and also newcomers. This year was larger and more majestic than previous years. Christ Embassy has achieved the unthinkable. In the year 2018, the year as Pastor Chris has called it, the year of the Supernatural.

Take a look at the memorable moments

LIMA awards ceremony
LIMA awards ceremony
Sinach gets Best Female Vocalist of the year 2018
Sinach gets Best Female Vocalist of the year 2018
CSO winning the Song of the Year
CSO winning the Song of the Year
Hit Song of the Year 2018 : UR Flames "Something To Shout About".
Hit Song of the Year 2018 : UR Flames “Something To Shout About”.
Rita for Songwriter of the Year
Rita for Songwriter of the Year
Pastor Ester Miracle for Spoken Word Artiste
Pastor Ester Miracle for Spoken Word Artiste
Jeannine Zoe Wojacek and Frank Edwards
Jeannine Zoe Wojacek and Frank Edwards
The Best Dance Act or Drama Performance, (Kids Category)
The Best Dance Act or Drama Performance, (Kids Category)

 

Watch the full live event right here. 

 

 

Israel Strong Pays Tribute to the Lord

The LoveWorld Inc’s favorite gospel star, Israel Strong  is back with another powerful track ‘He Paid It All’. This devoted and soulful artist has won several other awards over the years for his gospel hits.
It is a beautiful tribute to Jesus Christ. The song talks about how Jesus Christ paid for our sins. “I’ll never forget what he did on the cross to me, oh what a perfect love.” It is a song filled with devotion and gratitude for Jesus.

The song, with the simple line “He paid it all” perfectly describes Jesus’ selfless act as well as his love for humanity. The catchy pop song echoes Strong’s deep sense of thankfulness. Strong’s smooth and high vocals come alive and force you to sing along and shout hallelujah. Israel Strong is certainly a force to be reckoned with in the world of gospel. The vocalist has won multiple awards. In 2015, Strong was the recipient of ‘Song Writer of the year’ for the junior category. The awards project was created in order to “to reach the world through music and creative arts ministrations.” A strong sense of devotion super evident in all his music.

His other hot tracks include, New Level and the Advantage among many others, all of them channeling the love of God. In an interview with this “great minister of God in songs”, Israel Strong told us about the inspiration of his new single. He said; “This song was birthed by the Spirit of God and it came to me during my personal prayer and fasting. I wanted to sing a song that was in line with the message of year and God granted my heart desire.” Indeed a Channeling of Faith.

Check out more of Israel’s Strong’s inspiring hits that we selected that bets show his glorious gratitude to the Lord.

Strong communicates with the Lord through his music with themes of gratitude and appreciation. In one of his most popular hits of 2016 ‘Born Victorious’ , Strong talks about talks about creation and expresses a “confession of what God’s word says about the new creation in Christ” This great song was produced by Kelly Lyon, one of the genres top producers.

The Man of the Mountain Top is another great song that talks about that special presence that is constantly watches over you. We all want to climb that great mountain top, getting there can be scary but once you’re on top you “can never fall”. This is what Strong talks about in this moving track.

Strong is one of LoveWorld Music and Arts Ministry’s greatest artists and has expressed his great sense of appreciation for his church for honoring him before the world to the glory of God. He has stated the he owes his inspiration to Pastor Chris and Christ Embassy. In Israel Strong’s Voice, “am following my man of God, bumper to bumper.”
Other top gospel artists from the church including Sinach, Ada, Eben, Frank Edwards, Testimony Jaga, Rap Nation Jahdiel, Evangelist Kathy Woghiren, Buchi, Wisdom continue to transform gospel.

Follow Israel Strong on Kingschat today by clicking here! 

 

Uplifting Music for The Soul

There are countless ways to rediscover the light. Sometimes, during times of sadness, an uplifting push is all you need. Songs with uplifting and inspiring lyrics and melodies can sometimes completely transform your mood.

Hearing the Lord’s soothing voice though music can change the way you see the world. For the times when all you need is a simple lift, listen to our top 5 songs from our uplifting gospel playlist!

Owl city

Owl City
Owl City, Abbey Olmsted (Billboard Magazine)

Adam Randal AKA Owl City creates uplifting and indie synth pop melodies with soothing lyrics that uplift the soul. This sweet voiced and fun synth playing soloist began composing melodies in his parent’s basement. Since then he has become of the world’s most successful pop artists.
The musician owes his inspiration to instrumental post rock genres and of course his devout faith, evident in the uplifting tracks such as in the songs “All Things Bright”, “Beautiful” and “Galaxies”. Explaining why the faith-filled song was added to the mix, he said, “I feel like if I were ever to hide the fact that that’s what’s so important to me, it would be a crime, that I should probably be put in jail for that.

Check it out his amazing song “My Everything”

Sam Jamz

Sam Jamz in the video 'Cream'
Sam Jamz in the video ‘Cream’

 

Spending a large part of his youth skipping church and getting up to ‘no good’, this former bad boy found himself being born again at the Christ Embassy. It was there he completely transformed his life.
The now award-winning Gospel rapper is also a member of the BLW RapNation and host of the LegallyME vlog. Sam Jamz’s music has a hint of Caribbean flavor coupled with catchy Afro-pop and the perfect ingredient to lift your spirits.

His track Holy Holy is guaranteed to light you up.

Eben

Eben
Eben from the video ‘Victory’

 

 

Eben, born Emmanuel Benjamin succeeds in combining a catchy mix of Afro-pop, hip-hop and dance-influenced music. The singer songwriter was born and raised in Lagos, Nigeria and began his career as a simple rapper before moving onto more complex studio productions.
The uplifting gospel hits “Imaranma,” “Good Day,” and “I Don Hammer’ garnered much attention and even won him a Worship Song of the Year award in 2015.

Joyful Noise will seriously improve your day!

Sinach

Groundbreaking Gospel Starlets
Sinach in the video “Way Maker”

Before this mega-starlet was filling up stadiums, she was choir member in the Christ Embassy. It was there she got her start in singing.
Born Osinachi Joseph, the vocalist spent many years in the church honing her talents as a worship leader and singer. Shortly after however, Sinach shot to stardom with countless hits. Her African Achievers’ Award for Global Excellence instantly put her put her on the map. Sinach’s breathtaking vocals and inspiring lyrics in “Way Maker” will lead you into a path of light.

Listen to Way Maker and be prepared for spiritual change.

Ada

Ada from the video Jesus (You Are Able)
Ada from the video Jesus (You Are Able)

 

At just 10, Ada was selected to be a member of a Nigerian all-girl band. Her music career was put on hold throughout her studies. This achiever got her degree in engineering at the Lagos State University. Like Sinach, it was though Christ Embassy that the artist found her way back into music. Singing in the choir gave her an amazing platform to start her international music career.
Listen to Ada’s “Only You Jesus”, a guaranteed boost.

 

For the full playlist, click here

Groundbreaking Gospel Starlets

Groundbreaking Gospel Starlets

Meet the Women Taking The Nigerian Gospel Industry by Storm.

The soulful and inspiring melodies of Nigerian Gospel are an inseparable part of the nation’s culture. The industry has been blossoming in recent years, producing a countless number of sensational stars and amazing fresh voices. These are some of the women shaking up the industry.

1. Sinach

This singer, songwriter Osinachi Joseph started out as senior worship leader at Believer’s Loveworld International. It was there that she got noticed for her amazing vocal talents. As a result of that, the artist quickly shot to stardom and has gained popularity far beyond the bounds of Nigeria, and has gained millions of fans in South Africa, Uganda, Kenya, Barbados, the US and the UK.

Having over 300 songs to her name and countless hits such as ‘Way Maker’, ‘I Know Who I Am’, among others, Sinach owes her success to her deep faith and love in Jesus.

2. Ada

Ada
Ada in the music video Only You Jesus

Ada’s unique style of Afro-pop, hip hop an alternative rock have become massive hits. Born Ada Ehi, the starlet had quite an unexpected start. Originally a chemical and polymer engineering student at the Lagos State, she found herself connecting to the Pastor Chris Believers’ Loveworld Campus Ministry and its members. It was there that she felt herself connecting to her true passion, music.

Ada has released several inspiring singles about her unbreakable bond with Jesus. Some of her hits include ‘Bobo Me’, ‘Cheta’, ‘Jesus the Same’, ‘Raboni’ and ‘Glory’. She recently released a video called “Only You“.

3. Onos

Onos
Onos in the music video Algabra

This national treasure entered the gospel scene as a choir singer at the tender age of eight! Today, Onos is regarded as Nigeria’s best Gospel artists and is the lead vocalist of the House on the Rock Church in Lagos. In addition to that,  the star has shared a stage with world famous musicians such as Fred Hammond, Israel Houghton, Chevelle Franklyn, and Don Moen. Some of her hits include ‘Alagbara’, ‘Have Your Way’ and ‘Everything’ and of course countless more. ‘

4. Pat Uwaj King

Pat Uwaj King
Pat Uwaj King

AKA Mama Africa. This brilliant singer songwriter was born in Ibadan, Oyo, and comes from a family of seven children. Before getting into Gospel, Pat was a student in Creative Arts at the University of university of Lagos. After a successful run with the gospel group Midnight Crew, Pat embarked on a successful solo career and has made some great hits such like ‘Eze’, ‘He’s done me well’ and ‘all power’

5. Ayo Vincent

Ayo Vincent
Ayo Vincent in the video You Are Great feat. Joe Praise

Ayo joined the gospel choir at the young age of 7 years. In 1998 she joined Christ Embassy Church, there she established herself as as a key worship leader of the choir. The charming and talented singer has been fortunate to share a stage with some huge artists like Hope Davies, Lagbaja, Sinach, Samsong and Femi Jacobs. The artist has also collaborated with mega producers Cobhams Asuquo and singer songwriter Don Jazzy. Vincent has moved the nation with songs like ‘I am Yours’, ‘Serve the Lord’, and ‘You are great’

 

For the full list of the inspiring women of Nigerian gospel, click the link below.

https://www.naija.ng/1192816-nigerian-female-gospel-singers-stories.html#1192816

 

 

Sinach On Love, Life and Jesus Christ

Sinach interview on Christian Premier Radio

Sinach has had an incredible journey from a local church singer to international gospel superstar. The multi-award winner has over 200 songs to her name and is responsible for such hits such as ‘I know who I am’ and ‘WayMaker’. Her song ‘This Is Your Season’ won the Song of the Year award in 2008. Sinach’s music has been performed in churches all over the world.

With all this success, comes great responsibility. Creating uplifting and moving music for millions of fans around the word can take its toll. As a mega star, striking the perfect balance between stardom and spirituality is challenging to say the least.  In an intimate one on interview, Damilola Okeke, of Premier Christian Radio, sat down with Gospel superstar Sinach, and discussed the nitty gritty issues of love, life and her relationship with Jesus Christ.

Before Sinach rose to be one of Nigeria’s mega gospel stars, she was serving in the church. Her music was mostly shared within community. When asked on how she felt before her rise to fame, Sinach said she was grateful as a servant of the church and simply felt “content” to share her music on the platform of the church.

“When you’re content with where God has placed you, he gives you more”

Sinach went on to express how she has dealt with success by not being anxious and enjoying every point in the journey of her success.
These were some great life lessons that the starlet has learned, and she has her close-knit family to thank for that.

“I have learned to trust God, how to move, not to move ahead of him, because when you move ahead of him you are going to get into trouble”

That’s not all she got to thank her family for. A lot of her musical inspiration came from the home. Her father would often play Anita Baker, Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston and many others. When Sinach met Pastor Chris however, her musical direction took quite a turn.  Sinach recalled a sermon by Pastor Chris about the holy spirit and salvation and said:

“Not only did I get born again, I got filled with the holy spirit…on the same day”.

Since that life-changing sermon, Sinach turned into the woman we know today, a Gospel superstar.

For the full interview, click on the link below.
https://www.premierchristianradio.com/Shows/Saturday/The-Profile/Episodes/Chick-Yuill-Sinach2

New Track By Melo

Up and coming gospel artist Melo, is out with a new a hot new track entitled ‘Shakara’.

The new single ‘Shakara’ ft Cliff M is the first one off the brand-new album entitled ‘Light’. The album’s Afro-pop infused inspirational tunes celebrate the gift of life. These vibrant and energetic melodies are guaranteed to get you moving, dancing and praying!

Born and raised in Johannesburg South Africa, this sugary pop sensation combines a unique blend of Afro-pop beats and gospel melodies, giving her catchy tunes a soulful and spiritual touch.
In her latest track, Melo praises Jesus, claiming that “everywhere I go, I go with you power Jesus”. The song acknowledges his presence everywhere.

The word Shakara is a Pidgin word for ‘having swag’.

The beat filled song talks about feeling good or having ‘swag’ for the Lord. It’s about loving Jesus, loving yourself and loving life.
“The idea of the video is to show exactly that, incorporating style, feeling good and a vibrant colorful vibe.”

Melo, got her big break with her debut music video ‘‘Dance for You’. Produced by Kwame Nkrumah and Peter Tobe, the young arist blew us away for the very first time in the very colorful video. The words “He is my all” echoes throughout the song and her signature style of inspirational jam meets club hit can be felt from the first moment.

The hit drew heaps of attention, immediately putting Melo on the map. The South African gospel pop scene is bursting with new talent, and this can surely be seen with the rise this fresh new voice. Melo sure does stand out.

The artist has since amassed an increasing fan-base and is quickly becoming one of the leading young artists in this ever-growing genre. You can catch her at a bunch of upcoming performances on both locally and internationally such as South Africa (her hometown), Nigeria and Botswana. She has performed in festivals, churches and awards shows around Africa.
Find her on online such at iTunes, Google Play Music, and Sound cloud.

Check out her latest video “Shakara’ ft Cliff M in the link below

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G4lqZr3XYVM

Na So – New Track By Wyllz

The Nigerian sensation and gospel minister is rocking the airwaves once again with another uplifting beat. The baritone bass filled superstar is famous for his inspirational and moving soft rock melodies.

Wyllz, also known as Utibe Abasi Williams, connects with God through his music as he preaches the words “I see your hand in everything I do”,  expressing his total devotion to the almighty and acknowledges that he is all seeing and all doing.”

“Let me try to count your many blessings, one by one, one by one”

Wyllz continues to express his gratitude to Jesus Christ by expressing how hard it is for him to count the many blessings in his life. The multi-talented musician is indeed blessed as this massive hit follows the huge success of his first two singles ‘Ibuchukwu’ and ‘Utibe Ima’, these songs were a staple of the local airwaves for quite some time.

The song’s music video is also a visual treat with a beautiful night shot of the buzzing city lights. Inspirational graffiti style phrases burst and explode upon the everchanging multi colored brick wall. Wyllz himself appears standing in front of the wall as calls out the inspirational texts.

The images then merge as the city lights appear in a silhouette of the great artist. “I see your hand in everything”. This emphasizes the great impact the Lord has in his life, as well as the Lord’s presence in all aspects of life.

The imagery is truly beautiful and a powerful testament to the impact and presence of the Lord Jesus Christ. It can be felt everywhere. This is the powerful message that song echoes.
The song has a very different feel to his last songs. Ibuchukwu, his previous hit was a soft and soulful ballade, unlike Na So which has a more rock feel to it.

The video also differs greatly from his Ibuchukwu hit, having a more traditional look to it. “Na So seems to celebrate city life while Ibuchukwu took us to the county side with its green pastures and colorful traditional dresses.
This is just a testament to Wyllz very versatile nature and great skills, showing us that he can switch it up with different styles, both musically and visually.

The song was produced by none other than music genius and pioneer of the Afrobeat music genre, King Baseda.

The CEO of Final Mix has over 20 years in the ‘biz’ and has worked with a whole host of Nigeria’s favorite artists such as DBrown, Venom and Effjay and of course many more.

To check out the new rock gospel hit, click the link below