Rose Ezeukwu, a Nigerian gospel music minister located in the United States, has released a brand new song video titled “Okechi.”
As Rose explains, “Okechi” is an inspiration from God and it literally translates as “Greatness of God.” It has personally enriched my life and served as a constant reminder of how wonderful our Lord and King truly are.
From the rising of the sun to the setting of the same, he reigns in majesty, and he will reign in majesty forever and ever, from eternal to unending
Rose Ezeukwu is a short film directed by Paul Akadi that showcases Northward Theatre, the drama ministry of Household of Faith. On top of that, Okechi was produced by Mr. Shabz and co-produced by King Buckie, with the record being mixed and mastered at Rock Word Studios in Port Harcourt, Nigeria.
Rose Ezeukwu began her musical career as the youngest member of the Methodist Church choir when she was just seven years old. After a near-death experience in 1998, she was moved by the Holy Spirit to begin creating her own songs, which resulted in the release of her debut album in 1999. Later, she was a member of the Full Gospel Businessmen Fellowship, which was at the time.
She is currently employed as a member of the Music and Drama department of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Household of Faith, where she works under the supervision of Pastor Ropo Tusin’s leadership.
In addition, her most recent release, “Okechi,” is available on all digital platforms.
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