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New Album: Gospel Sensation EBIERE Releases “Holy Spirit 24.08” Album For Online Purchase | @EbiereOhochukwu

by Ifemidayo OdekunleDecember 16, 2015

Gospel music sensation Ebiere’s newly released album “Holy Spirit 24.08” hits online stores and is available for purchase. The album which was released in the month of August 2015 in Nigeria has been available at stores nationwide and now is available online in stores such as iTunes, Rhapsody, Amazon, etc.

The Holy Spirit 24.08 album has greats songs hits produced by talented music producer Dr Paul and sought-after “magnate” gospel music producer Wilson Joel. The 15-track CD includes songs like “Yes”, the album title-track “Holy Spirit”, “Through Eternity”, the praise-filled “Bless The Lord”, “Praise Break”, the captivating worship “I Will Sing (featuring Award winning gospel artist Onos)”, “Just For Me” and more inspiring songs all included in the album.

Ebiere Ohochukwu, popularly known as Ebiere is a gospel music artiste and songwriter with a passion. Having been an early pioneer of Nigeria’s growing gospel music industry, She has come a mighty long way, still maintaining her unique sound and passion for making music that blesses the hearts of her fans and listeners. Having released several singles this year preceding the release of this album, receiving accolades by enthusiastic and expectant fans of her work, Ebiere’s new album “Holy Spirit 24.08” is definitely a collection of great songs for everyone and for the world to hear.



Ifemidayo Odekunle
I am strongly choleric (ambitious and leader-like), yet deeply sanguine (pleasure-seeking and sociable). I smile always, that most times people love me simply because of that. I’m a hopeless romantic with a very practical streak. I love getting things done and internally motivated to succeed. I value relationships, honour, truth, wisdom and purpose. I’m in love with God, moral talks and can carry on a conversation thread all day in which thirst for learning drives me, while multitasking.

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