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Prophetess Morenikeji Ẹgbin Orun Mourns the Late Singer Mohbad : A Mother’s Farewell

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Prophetess Morenikeji Ẹgbin Orun Mourns the Late Singer Mohbad : A Mother's Farewell

Prophetess Morenikeji Ẹgbin Orun Mourns the Late Singer Mohbad : A Mother’s Farewell

 

 

 

 

In the world of Nigerian gospel music, Prophetess Morenikeji .B. Adeleke, affectionately known as Ẹgbin Orun, is a beloved figure, celebrated for her soul-stirring melodies and devotion to spreading the gospel through music. As the nation mourns the untimely passing of promising artist Mohbad, Ẹgbin Orun joins the chorus of voices paying their last respects, speaking from the perspective of a mother who understands the depth of loss.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

While specific details about Ẹgbin Orun’s life and background are not readily available in the provided search results, her presence in the gospel music ministry is undeniable. She has been a pillar in the gospel music scene, capturing the hearts of fans with her angelic voice and spiritual messages. Her dedication to her ministry is evident, marked by milestones such as the fifth anniversary of her music ministry and the release of inspiring albums.

 

 

 

 

 

Prophetess Morenikeji Ẹgbin Orun Mourns the Late Singer Mohbad : A Mother's Farewell

In a heartfelt tribute to the late Mohbad, Ẹgbin Orun extends her deepest condolences to the family and loved ones of the departed artist. As a mother herself, she recognizes the profound pain of losing a child and empathizes with the grief that envelopes Mohbad’s family.

In her statement, Ẹgbin Orun says, “As a mother, my heart aches for the family of Mohbad. The loss of a child is a pain that words cannot truly express. May the Almighty grant them the strength to endure this unimaginable sorrow and find solace in the cherished memories of their beloved son.”

The Nigerian music industry, known for its diverse talents and genres, has seen the rise of remarkable artists like Mohbad. Ẹgbin Orun’s tribute reminds us that beyond the music and fame, these artists are someone’s children, and their loss leaves an indelible void in the hearts of their families.

In moments of grief, the unity of the music community and the compassion of individuals like Prophetess Morenikeji B. Adeleke (Ẹgbin Orun) serve as a testament to the power of empathy and the enduring bonds of humanity. As we bid farewell to Mohbad, may his music continue to inspire, and may his memory be a source of comfort to his loved ones during this challenging time.

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How Good Music Will Help You To Become Known as an Artist Says Tmaq

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A&R Guru Makinde Babatunde Qudus popular known as Tmaq has revealed what artiste needs to be known.

Tmaq said more than just skills is needed to break out as an artist in the continuously changing music industry, great music that really connects with listeners is also necessary. I can say with confidence that excellent music is the foundation of an artist’s success, I have spent years navigating the complexities of the music industry.

Here are some of the reason :

Authenticity is the foundation of good music. Audiences are hungry for authenticity and uniqueness. Music that is authentic to your feelings, experiences, and distinct viewpoint connects deeply with listeners. Your genuineness distinguishes you from the myriad artists who might be following fads or imitating popular styles.

Music has the ability to arouse feelings and produce enduring memories. Excellent music has an emotional resonance that stays with the listener. Whether it’s happiness, sorrow, love, or rage, expressing these feelings via your music can build a devoted following. People are more inclined to support you and spread the word if they relate to and are moved by your music.

The caliber of your music creation is crucial in the current digital era. In a pool of poor recordings, tunes that are clear, crisp, and well-produced stand out. Investing in a top-notch production shows off your professionalism and commitment to the industry while also improving the listening experience. To make sure your music is well-produced and musically appealing, work with talented sound engineers and producers.

A catchy melody or an impactful line might be what makes a song a hit. It’s critical to write meaningful lyrics and memorable hooks that stay in the listener’s head. Easy-to-remember melodies and lyrics that either tell a gripping tale or make a sympathetic point are hallmarks of good music. This combination has the power to take a song viral and grab the interest of music business insiders as well as fans.

Good music demands constant work and development; it cannot be produced in a single sitting. High-caliber music releases on a regular basis keep listeners interested and create hype for your upcoming endeavors. Don’t be scared to change and play around with your sound at the same time. Developing as an artist helps you stay current in a cutthroat market by keeping your music fascinating and new.

Your brand as an artist is inextricably linked to your music. A strong brand identity is established and reinforced by good music. Whether your music is renowned for its inventive production, distinctive voice, or skill with words, it should always represent and bolster your brand. Fans and industry insiders find you distinctive and recognizable when you have a strong brand that is supported by excellent music.

Music journalists, record labels, producers, and other industry professionals are drawn to great music. When your music is unique, it can lead to a number of options, such as joint ventures, record agreements, and media attention. Gaining notoriety in your field can greatly advance your career by giving you access to areas that will increase your influence and reach.

To sum up, a musician’s career is based on the quality of their music. It is the component that wins people over, commands attention, and leaves a lasting effect. To make your music stand out in a competitive market, as an artist, you should concentrate on emotional resonance, consistency, production quality, distinctive melodies, authenticity, and brand building. Keep in mind that excellent music speaks for itself and creates the foundation for a fruitful and influential career.

Tmaq, whose real name is Makinde Babatunde Qudus, is a well-known music A&R guru with years of experience in the business. He has collaborated with several musicians, assisting them in refining their sound and realizing their aspirations. He is the founder of tmaqtalk.com

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EXCLUSIVE! SAM IFON, ARGUABLY THE BEST AFRICAN BORN SONGWRITER

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EXCLUSIVE! SAM IFON, ARGUABLY THE BEST AFRICAN BORN SONGWRITER

 

Sam Ifon is a singer songwriter who is based in Birmingham UK.

His songwriting career which goes back to the 90s was inspired by an old friend of his, Mr Bona.

Ade who was simply crazy about music as well as being an authority on the subject.

Sam has two albums under his belt (Freedom & Love at 49) and is

currently working on a third, “Humankind Rich In Colours,” featuring some of his

best compositions to date. Asked what message his recently released song

“Humankind Rich In Colours” sought to convey? He explained that light was

made up of many colours, that upon coming together produce the bright light that overcomes darkness.

Sam has recently started working with some young Nigerian Afrobeat’s

producers and rhythms that have taken many of his compositions to new levels.

Sam plans to incorporate his record label Dancemaster Music Services in Nigeria

 

EXCLUSIVE! SAM IFON, ARGUABLY THE BEST AFRICAN BORN SONGWRITER

soon, and hopes that his portfolio of over 400 songs would be made available to

Nigerian artists to interpret and release as their creativity prompts them. Being

a highly rated and prolific songwriter, he looks forward to being able to collaborate with upcoming as well as some of the best Nigerian music artists.

Sam’s new song Happiness is currently being prepared for release by his

engineers and marketing team and should hit the music platforms soon. As can be expected, it will bring joy to all music and dance lovers.

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Why You Must Watch Segun Emmanuel’s New Blockbuster Movie “Brother Bernard” Before Helping Anyone

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Why You Must Watch Segun Emmanuel’s New Blockbuster Movie “Brother Bernard” Before Helping Anyone

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sahara Weekly Reports That Nollywood’s fast-rising movie producer and actor, Segun Emmanuel, has once again captivated his audience with the release of a new blockbuster movie titled “Brother Bernard.” Following the success of his recent films “Oko Ajara” and “Prank,” which are still trending on YouTube, “Brother Bernard” promises to be an unforgettable cinematic experience.

 

 

 

 

Why You Must Watch Segun Emmanuel's New Blockbuster Movie "Brother Bernard" Before Helping Anyone

 

 

 

 

 

“Brother Bernard” tells the poignant story of a kind-hearted man who dedicates his life to helping others, even when he struggles to provide for himself. As a philanthropist, Brother Bernard makes numerous sacrifices long before achieving wealth. He brings his brother into his home, sponsoring him and eventually encouraging him to marry, covering all the expenses. However, Bernard’s own romantic life is fraught with betrayal; he marries a woman who deceives him when he is poor, and the cycle repeats when he becomes rich. This leads him to vow never to marry again, earning him the nickname Brother Bernard.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The story takes a dark turn when Bernard’s brother and his wife, who have been living with him, poisoned him. After Brother Bernard’s death, an unexpected twist unfolds, making this movie a must-watch.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The film features a stellar cast, including Jire Ogunleye, Abeeb Alagbe, Zainab Bakare, Segun Emmanuel, and several others. Directed by Ojo Oyebamiji, “Brother Bernard” was released on Wednesday, July 11, 2024, on the Yoruba PRO+ YouTube channel.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Don’t miss this compelling tale of sacrifice, betrayal, and unexpected turns that showcase the depth of human character and resilience.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Use the link below to watch the film for free:

 

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