City of God Music Team Releases New Music “Great Plenty”.
City of God Music Team is proud to announce the global release of her latest single, Great Plenty, a follow up from her debut album, Heart of Worship on the 1st of May, 2015. The song will be available as a free download for an initial 3 months period.
City of God Music Team is the musical arm of the City of God Christian Centre. They are a dynamic group of worshippers with a refreshing sound for today’s church based in Newcastle upon Tyne. The City of God music team has been featured on the BBC Jon Harle’s Show and Ruach City Church, a Mega church based in London, UK to name a few. The team has never stopped to bless and awe their audience who crave for a fresh touch from heaven.
The City of God music team is directed by Pst Victor Onwudili, writer of the Book the author house published “Teach Me How to Praise in The House, and assisted by Pst Kelechi Anyigor; both having several years of experience in Gospel music industry.
In July 2014, God spoke through His servant Pastor Bright Onoka, Lead Pastor of City of God Christian Centre, declaring seven years of great plenty on the face of the earth. It is a season when the church will enjoy bumper harvest. It is a season of supernatural empowerment for the church. The song “GREAT PLENTY” was written to help propagate this message around the world so that believers would know and in turn, position themselves for the harvest.
Great plenty features a mixture of refreshing rock and a contemporary ballad forming a fluid sound that is capable of creating a great atmosphere for miracles and rapturous celebration of Joy. It is surely worth listening to. You will certainly love the chant “There’s a great downpour coming down in the land”.
Ethical journalists and We specialize in the gospel media, studied the ropes of Broadcasting, Copy writing, Script writing, Voice Over Artiste.
Internet Radio Broadcasting guru and decent sound engineers.
Guess What? Its fun having you visiting AmenRadio Website.
We appreciate your financial support.