‘I no dey craze at all’ – Adeboye explains why he’s humble


Pastor Enoch Adeboye, the General Overseer of the
Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), has explained
why he has chosen to be humble despite his wealth and

Adeboye said he decided to humble himself because God
threatened to wipe him out if he dared raise his shoulders.

The soft-spoken preacher made this revelation at the just-
concluded Holy Ghost Congress of the church at the Redemption Camp in Ogun State.

During one of his sermons, the lecturer-turned cleric recalled his encounter with God after a power-packed crusade in Lekki, 1988 where God demonstrated how he would wipe him from the face of earth if he allows pride to enter into him.

He recalled the divine encounter with God thus, “After the programme, I returned to the Redemption Camp and soon proceeded on a prayer walk to thank God: “God I bless Your
Holy name, what a wonderful thing, etc.”

“It was between 2a.m. and 3a.m. when He spoke. I heard him say clearly, ‘Son, bend down’. I did that quickly because, you know, I was in the jungle. You never can tell; a witch could have been flying past.

“And then he said, ‘Draw the figure of a man in the sand.’

“I drew the figure of a man: zero for head, one line for the
body and two lines for the leg and so on. You know that kind
of drawing.

“God said, ‘Stand up.’

“I did, but by then I was afraid because I knew something
serious was happening.

He said, ‘Wipe out the figure you have drawn with your leg’.
“I wiped it out.

“That was what He told me. So, I smile when I hear people
say, ‘He’s a very humble man. How can a man be so
successful and be so humble?” You think I want to be wiped
out? As they say in Nigeria, “You think say I dey craze? Me I
no dey craze at all o.”


Frank Edwards Tells Upcoming Artist That Gospel Music Is Not For Money


Popular gospel singer, Frank Edwards says being a gospel singer is not for money but for preaching the gospel.

Speaking with Punch, the singer warned those interested in making money not go into gospel music, adding that they might be disappointed.

According to him, gospel music is a ministry not an industry.

“I never planned for this; I had no idea it would be like this. Some things would happen to some people and they would say it was dream come true.

“In my own case, I didn’t even have any dream. I just wanted to make music for people around me to listen to. I just wanted to do what I loved and I was okay if it was just one person that would tell me my music touched his soul. God decided to bless me and take my music all over the world, I am grateful for it.

“Gospel music is a ministry and it is not an industry.

“If you are a gospel minister, you have to know you are in a ministry. If you are in it for the money, you may be disappointed.

“It is not that you will not make money in the long run but that is not the focus, the focus is to preach the gospel of music through your music.

“When your focus is to first do something that would sell, you would lose focus. If you want to do it for the business, then try secular music.

“You need to be called to be a gospel artiste because you would have to endure when the money is not coming and you have to wait on the Lord and learn to use your faith. You would even be popular and you would still be climbing bikes.”

DOWNLOAD Music:: Tonia Shodunke – Most High God


Following so much anticipation after the release of the song ‘My Rock’ earlier on in the year featuring International Gospel worship minister Isabella Melodies; Gospel sensational act and award winning artiste – Tonia Shodunke is back with yet another incredible sound of worship guaranteed to spur you into adoration of God’s manifold wonders.

The single – Most High God, off her forthcoming debut album, scheduled for release later in 2018; is a masterpiece that will continually re-echo in your heart in awe of God.
Sharing the inspiration behind the soul stirring new single, Tonia explains– “I wrote this song from a deep experience of God’s faithfulness, at a time when the uncertainties of the future overwhelmed me. I drove round town that day for almost an hour with no destination in mind. In my confusion, all I could do was pray in the spirit. This song came afterwards, while I stood in the queue to make use of the atm machine, having decided to sow the meagre amount I had left in the account as a seed.

The way God came through for me that same day within a space of 3hrs remains a testimony of a life time!”

“Most High God” is a victory chant, a captivating worship song that describes the exceptional many-sided nature of the Almighty God and His awe inspiring wonders.. It is produced by the proficient music maestro Phat E and having listened to it, we can only  imagine how this song will bless you and the world at large, turning your battles to victory.


Ebi Fyneface releases the official video for her song Tamara. Tamara if off here recently released album “His Presence” which features from Pst Kingsley Ike, Elijah Oyelade and many other notable gospel music ministers. Tamara means Big God in Ijaw dialect.   The single features the Pst Kingsley Ike and the video was shot on location in Abuja Nigeria.  The video was directed by Charlie gold.

According to Ebi, the reason I live, what I am and have is because I serve a Big God, He is the reason I’m alive and here today.


New Music: “Born In Bethlehem“ – Michael Whyte

United States Based Nigerian Indie gospel artiste, Michael Whyte, thrills his followers and fans with the release of this new Christmas song titled Born In Bethlehem produced by Ray Lithehmore

Reading through the account of Luke 2:1-20, this captures the circumstance, events and happenings during the birth of Jesus in the manger in Bethlehem where the host of heaven appeared and sang “Glory to God in the highest [heaven], And on earth peace among men with whom He is well-pleased.”

Michael Whyte is surely ready for Christmas festivities with this very groovy “Born In Bethlehem”


Music: Mayokun Oyediran Releases Debut Single Titled”Endless Praise” @gospelvibes00

This song is a testimony of God’s goodness and greatness. No matter who or what we are, we must continually praise Him. God’s praise cannot be likened to that of an earthly king because it is an ENDLESS PRAISE. God’s praise should be sung as long as we live. Now we know that whoever believes in the Son has eternal life. The song was produced, mixed and mastered by Ayodeji Ogunleye.
Mayokun Oyediran, who is currently a 500L student of the Premier School of Pharmacy in Nigeria (Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Osun State), is a trumpet player and a lover of Gospel Music. He has served as Music Director, the Jesus People Choir (JPC), Baptist Student Fellowship, OAU and currently a member of the glorious choir (JPC).
I will sing to the Lord
All my life (/2x)
I will sing praise to my King
As long as I live
Worship your Maker
O my soul
Praise Him in His splendour and majesty (/2x)
Praise the Lord
O my soul
One whose body is full of light
Adonai is Your name
Adonai, Lord You reign