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New Music: Sunday Peters ft. Edith – ‘Hail Jehovah’ | @SundayPeters8 @OluwaseunBlog

by Ifemidayo OdekunleJuly 17, 2015

Sunday Peters is set to hit the music waves again with a brand new single titled ‘Hail Jehovah’.

Within many circles, Sunday is known as a professional singer with many years of cognate experience. He first came into mainstream media with the release of “One Nigeria” – a song which egged on Nigerians to peacefully carry out their civic duties during the recently conducted elections,  and also emphasized the status of oneness and unity all Nigerians share.

‘Hail Jehovah’ according to Peters was inspired by his thoughts on God’s faithfulness and love.  The versatility of this Citizen of Zion is evident in the song. Hail Jehovah is a song everyone can relate with, as its dynamical lyrics are crafted with words from Igbo, Pidgin, Yoruba and English languages. The lyrical construction also infuses many names of God that express His nature and describe the things He does for and with His creations. The song which is laid to a dancehall beat is bound to get you dancing and praising with vigour.

In addition, Sunday Peters is not resting on his laurels as he is set to return to the studio to commence work on his third single. Sunday Peters is a voice that will bless our generation beyond borders.

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Official Download Link : HERE

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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