Talented Nigerian-American Singer, Tomi Favored Alesh has released her latest single titled ‘Jehovah‘, a song that was inspired by God through her personal experience.
The award-winning songstress popularly referred to as ‘Tomi Favored’ in the gospel genre of the entertainment industry, disclosed that the song ‘Jehovah’ was produced to bless the lives of people who are going through challenges at different points in their life; hopefully it encourages people to put their trust in Jehovah God.
“A difficult situation with a close family member that got me worried for them and praying to the Lord inspired the song. At the end of the situation, I realized that God is still God in spite of whatever happens. We all just need to give God the praise because He is great. Hopefully folks are drawn to look away from problems and instead to God as they lift up hands and declare “Jehovah Idi Ebube.”
According to the multi-talented singer, the song ‘Jehovah (remix)’ was produced by Dmaster Utchay, while it was Live-recorded at Song23production studios, Lagos, Nigeria. The initial version of the song ‘Jehovah’ was produced by Tomi Favored herself.
Speaking on her musical endeavors, Tomi Favored said she released her first album “I Am Tomi Favored” in 2012 and has been releasing music ever since. From singing in the choir to doing background vocal work on various projects, music is a big part of her life.
Tomi Favored has been featured alongside top gospel artists like Nathaniel Bassey, Tope Alabi (Awamaridi), Pastor Olumide Iyun, (Jesus no higher name), TY Bello – (Passover (Tafi)), Femi Okunuga (Your Love )Psalm Ebube (Chibuike), Moses Efret (Unlimited Grace) , Gates Praise (Hope of Nations) among others.
She has ministered on the stages of the Annual RCCG Marathon Messiah’s Praise concert in Lagos, Nigeria, Live it Loud, the Annual RCCG Canada National Youth Conference, the Annual Bringing our Worship (BOW) Concert, in Houston Texas USA, Declare His Praise at RCCG the Throne Room, Abuja Nigeria, and numerous churches across the US, Canada, UK, and Nigeria.
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