Derin Bello, whose music video for Yahweh was featured here earlier this week, recently released her first album titled 'Faces of Praise.' Egbe is one of the tracks from that album. 'Egbe' is a Yoruba term meaning "Lift" and in the context of this song, it means to lift Jesus. According to her ReverbNation page, Derin Bello:
... currently serves as the Worship Minster in her church and has also served as the Team Lead for the RCCG Canada Mass choir, a group of 200 worshippers, for the past 4 years.
Her debut Album, FACES OF PRAISE (the FOP project), is a multi-track, multi-genre album that establishes her as a songwriter and a talent to watch out for.
Praise is not defined as one genre, one language or one style. Praise is not limited to one harmony. It is not defined by instrumentation or denomination. Praise is simply a cry of adoration to our father. It is our laudation of his attributes, our homage to his sovereignty. It is our expression of his immeasurable worth. It comes in many ways, formats and multiple dimensions. There are many faces to praise ….
You can listen to Egbe on her ReverbNation page, or below:
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