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5 times Mike Abdul Turned the street to Church

5 times Mike Abdul Turned the street to Church
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[1] MoRiRe: In 2013, when the singer Terry G’s sound held sway across the Nigerian music scene, Mike came up with an equally robust traditionally-flavored sound that immediately surged in popularity in both the secular and gospel side of the aisle. Several awards and a massive amount of airplay later, the song quickly put the name Mike Abdul on the lips of adults and children alike across the nation and several parts of Africa.
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[2 ]Oh My JESU : Just when we were about getting over the game changing Good-2-Go album released in 2013, the Crystal Award winner wowed his critics again to a dancehall single titled Oh My Jesu (OMJ). This further proved his passion for propagating gospel through his music.
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[3] 30 BILLION HALLELUYAH : Late in 2017, the stakes of the kingdom were raised even higher when Mike Abdul with his label mates MoniQue and A’DAM introduced the world to a big-bang groovy jam titled 30biLLionHALLELUYAH, it was movement that ushered many people into the New Year. Produced by Tyanx and visualized by LexTen, it won the award for the Best Video of The Year at AGMMA 2018.
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[4] JÉSÙ Mi DÀ : At a time when vulgar words and unruly slangs had become inseperable from mainstream music production, Mike, not long after releasing his IRO HALLELUYAH album, linked up with fuji crooner Bidemi Olaoba and producer Puffy-Tee to deliver a people-flavoured sound that went viral on IG and garnered loads of airplay. With a quick tempo, heavy beats, and spiritual lyrics that got the young dancing, Mike, once again, gave both the street and the church a new slang in JÉSÙ Mi DÀ. The song actually spoke about our stand as children of GOD and the potency of His Word inside of believers.
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[5] ÈyanJÉSÙ : Amidst the global pandemic and to celebrate their 8th anniversary, Spaghetti Records manufactured a new spiritual sound for the street. Spearheaded by the ‘Lord of Gospel Dancehall’ himself, the budding talking drummer also had singer MoniQue giving out amazing street punchlines with Bidemi Olaoba and Adam not left out on the edgy track.
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