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New Music to listen to this Week by Meka Mua

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It’s the 4th week of the3rd month in the year 2021. As the year goes by, lots of things change but one thing remains constant, the nutrients music provides to the soul. Here are some of the songs that should not pass you by this week.

1. Mercy – Toluwanimee
Produced by Wilz mercy is a song that talks about God’s faithfulness and goodness despite all the challenges we face. This song is Toluwanimee’s first song of the year after she ended 2020 with an amazing song titled ‘The Answer.’

2. Wonder – Marizu
After releasing hit upon hit and 2 extended playlists in 2020 Marizu kicks off 2021with a single titled ‘Wonder’. According to Marizu, the song is a reflection of where he is right now, taking time to really appreciate the glory of God in everything He has created. This song will sure bless your week

3. Irregular – GilJoe
Irregular by GilJoe is a song that talks about God’s unique type of love for his beloved and how he laid down His life for the one’s He love. Irregular is the first song off his new extended playlist titled ‘Eternal Life and Vibrations’ released on the 26th of February. Listen and feel God’s love in another dimension.

4. Taking Care – Moses Bliss
This song is a great way to start your week as it talks about the new experiences a believer faces every day when you serve God. It’s a song of praise that gets you dancing and gives you the affirmation of the everlasting welfare package you get when serving God.

5. Awesome Wonder – Chris Fidelis
Awesome Wonder is a song of exaltation to God for how sovereign and majestic He is. Minister Chris Fidelis released the song at a point where people were at the verge of losing hope in God amidst the pandemic, the song talks about how God never fails nor gives up on His own because He is an Awesome Wonder. It is amazing that this song still resonates with recent times.


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