[DOWNLOAD] “Here To Worship” – Obi


Here To Worship - Obi

The song “Here To Worship” was inspired by God’s love over Obi and his folks. Mostly sang in Igbo dialect, Obi dug deep to look for unique expressions to render praise and worship to God.

You’ll hear terms like “Imara Mma N’Ese Okwu”, “Ibu Enenebe Eje Olu” , “Idi Ukwuu” among others. The song expresses gratitude to God for how big His love and kindness always sees us through.

As men, women, children and families the world over sing along in one voice with one heart, miracles and breakthroughs will be their testimonies in Jesus name.

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ABOUT
Obinna Orji popularly known by his stage name “Obi” was born in Ogidi Anambra state on the 12th of August 1987 but hails From Ebonyi state, Nigeria. He comes from a family of five.

Obinna has been a big Blessing to the Christian family most especially his family church Assemblies of God Nigeria where he started practising music at the age of 8 as a drummer, a young boy who knew the drum sticks will take him to greatness in life.

Obinna Orji is a member of Treasure House Word Centre, also known as Treasure House. The leader and Founder of the church in the person of Pastor Nathaniel Obigwe played a very vital role in Mr Obi’s musical career. He has previously released singles like Okaka, Agam Aturu Gi Mma Mma, Open My Eye, My Hands Up For You, Jehovah Idi Oyii, My God Every Every, Gentleman For Christ, Daluu, Lord You Are Welcome, What Can I Give You? Jehovah Ebuliwom Enu (produced by Mekoyo).

CONNECT
Facebook: Obinna Orji
Twitter: @obinnaorji20
Instagram: obinnaorji

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