OGE Drops New Single “Odi Uko Na Mba” {Free Download}

Odi Uko Na Mba - OGE

Odi Uko Na Mba – OGE

Odi Uko Na Mba - OGE
Talented spoken-word artist, teacher and counselor, Ogechukwu Elizabeth offers up heartfelt worship to God in her latest single titled “Odi Uko Na Mba” – delivered in her local dialect and English.

Oge is a sensational minstrel whose passion is solely singing and she is committed to the lifestyle of sincere worship to God. She hails from the eastern part of Nigeria

In her words, “I am simply in Love with Music and would never get tired. Writing songs and poems as well as ministering them gives me extreme joy.“

Oge has diverse repertoire of music genre such as Rock, Jazz, Highlife, Reggae, Hip-hop, contemporary worship/praise and metal. She has been influenced by a number of great artists including; Kim Burell , Onos Ariyo , Donnie McClurkin , Whitney Houston , Todd Dulaney and Jennifer Hudson.

Sharing the inspiration behind “Odi Uko Na Mba”, She said;

“This song came as a result of my great search on finding an entity on earth who Equates God , considering his personality, his ways and deeds . Great heroes and legends have come and gone, made remarkable marks yet none compares to him . I simply gave him Odi uko na mba because he is rare to find amongst the living and he is simply one in a million“

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Written by Kstereo

Kstereo is an African Gospel Musician, Choir Director, Voice Coach, Author, Blogger, Music Promoter and Gospel Waves Producer and is most notably known as the gospel dance hall GENERAL of this century. Kstereo (Olafusi Kayode Meshach) is a talented, refined multiactive young soul.

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