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Saturday, 11 February 2017

UK’s Sultry Gospel Singer, Sophy-Yah Drops Baba Ese On February 25th, 2017



Her incursion into the gospel music might be dramatic; people who have listened to the voice of the drop-dead beauty and musical composition have had no reason to doubt that, she’s climbing the peak of the entertainment ladder, very soon. That’s Mrs. Sophie Omotosho nee Obodozie, the reigning gospel recording artiste that’s currently enjoying the best of many worlds.

In just weeks of her sophomore single, Come & See which rented the air last November, 2016, Sophy-Yah will be releasing, yet another interesting R n B gospel song, titled, Baba Ese, in few days, February 24th, 2017. The new song, Baba Ese (Thank you Jesus) is a well mastered rhythmic praise and worship song appreciating the wonders of the Lord. It will be available for download on SoundCloud and other music sites, and the talented gospel songstress will also be having an album listening party as soon as she finished working on her album.

Very cosmopolitan and stylish, the velvet-voiced born again Christian is the latest Princess of the gospel music and her sophomore single, Come and See is telling it all by being the darling of modern Christians and praise worshippers across the black continents.

Aside her healthy, well polished and glittering skin which revealed the obvious about state of her opulence life, one other thing the fair complexioned woman of substance cannot compromise is the love for God, ‘’am not afraid or ashamed to say it anywhere that am born again, that’s why I’ve decided to praise the living Jesus with my voice because in only HIM alone I trust and believe’’, she told us.

The mother of one adorable girl is a Nigerian born British woman who enjoys the rare opportunity of speaking many languages, British English-by naturalization, Nigeria Pidgin-by birth, mother tongue-Igbo, by origin and Yoruba by marriage. Sophy-Yah who has just finished the shooting the second video of her wave-making sophomore single lives in London with husband and lovely daughter but shuttles Nigeria for business prospects.

What stands the gospel-hip-hop singer out is her captivating melodious tunes and classical rendition of praise worship songs to minister to that modern day Christians with a view to winning more souls, even in a secular setting ‘’we’re in a special era, the end time is real and its near, there must be a special way to win souls for Christ devoid of castigating or casting out some people as unbelievers, we’re all sinners, that’s why Sophy-Yah’s music is designed to appeal, entertain, minister and wins souls in a melodramatic ambience.

The talented artiste of international repute is not just an anchor person for special occasions, the inspirational songster performs in high flying society gatherings all over the world and she’s a worthy ambassador for would-be brand to choose.  

The multi award winning graduate of Business Marketing from the prestigious University of Wales who gave her life to Christ when she was just 13 has touched many lives with her spiritual messages across churches, Christian seminars as well as ministering to lost souls with a view to conquering the world with Good News.  

Her musical prowess, dynamism and impressive track records as an international artiste must have informed the reason she was chosen to join the selected-few of velvet-voiced choir team that recorded the British Broadcasting Corporation theme song, First Step during the 2012 Olympics in the United Kingdom and as if that’s not enough, the soul singer has shared platforms with notable gospel stars such as Chevelle Franklin, Noel Robinson, Bob Fit, Original, King Arthur, Madelene Kerzner, Sonnie Badu to mention a few. Sophy-Yah is presently the music ambassador for the renowned London based female Christian organization, International Women of Power-IWoP.


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