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Secular artiste turned gospel singer John Agoha drops ‘Jehovah’ video

Secular artiste turned gospel singer, John Agoha has dropped the much- anticipated video of his popular single “Jehovah’. The video, which was produced byJO D-genius, mixed and mastered by EFFECTS and directed by, MattMax drops on Friday, 15th of July 2016.

John Agoha who hails from Mbanu local government Area of Imo state is also a fashion consultant, model and as well a songwriter. He is enthusiastic about delivering good music, years back he was known and got his own fan base due to his choice of music as an afro-pop music artiste where he did a song titled ‘Chocomilo’ which happens to be a circular song. The song went viral and gave him different gigs,but little did he know he would one day dropped secular music for gosperl music.

“ I never knew I was going to be more known through another genre of music. Few years back, I got a revelation about moving from a circular song to gospel inspirational song. I obeyed the voice and today my first inspirational gospel song has gone viral and now is an household song, almost all the radio stations play it at least 3-4 times daily as this sound sears into people’s hearts, creating a positive feelings, getting you close to understanding the strength of God’s work in your life” he said, speaking of his transition.

“The song (JEHOVAH) was produced last year by a very talented producer by name, JO D genius,mixed and mastered by EFFECTS,this song is the biggest trending inspirational song of now, the video is already shot by one of the most outstanding music video directors, MattMax and will be dropping on the 15th of July 2016.

“The song JEHOVAH has exposed me to a lot of big events like Ay Live, 2016, Yaw Shalanga 2016, Igos live 2016,and I am already preparing for Sheyi Law at Eko Hotel and Suites. Coupled with so much radio interviews, TV interviews and cooperate ministrations, this song (JEHOVAH) has made me dine with kings,above all, the song brings me more to my master who created the heavens and the earth. I am just so glad and happy changing my genre of music has affected me positively.


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