This song is a special praise song, a delicious delicacy and a sweet fragrance, dedicated to the Almighty God. The reason why many don’t give thanks to God is because they quickly forget all His benefits. The Psalmist admonished us not to forget His benefits. Pause and think for a moment and itemized all the good things the Lord has done for you and put on your dancing shoes, open your praising lips, have a joyful heart and a “Lifted Hands” in adoration of the only true and Wise God.
This song is written by Kayode Olusoji and produced by Wole Oni.
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Kayode Olusoji is a man on a mission. He has the vision to reach out to the world in songs and groom the true worshippers who will worship God in Spirit and in Truth. His style of music is called Afro Contempo Gospo Music, a blend of African tunes spiced with a Contemporary flavor. He has written well over 500 songs, won six awards both nationally and internationally including the “Best International Male Gospel Artist” Gospel Music Awards Italy.
He is the CEO of Woodclef, a kingdom based Music Company that promote music and music businesses in Africa and beyond. He is also a Music Business Consultant and an Entrepreneur Coach. He has travelled far and wide both in Africa and Europe spreading the gospel via music. He is the author of the critically acclaimed book, “The Music That Brings Revival”, a book that is redefining gospel music. He has passion for writing, reading, teaching the Word of God, training and motivating others towards achieving their goals.
Kayode who is fondly called “The Gidi Gan Master” by his teeming fans, worked in the bank for a decade. He bagged his Masters in Business Administration from Obafemi Awolowo University; he has four certifications in Entrepreneurship from the University of Maryland, USA, and a Certificate in “Managing the Company of the Future” from the University of London and London Business School.
His personal encounter with Pastor E.A. Adeboye in January 1999 has an indelible impact on his ministry. His ministrations are always full of the aura and the presence of God living his audience speechless, craving for more of God.