by Peace Agyare
The highly anticipated project by Flux Factory boss, GospelOnDeBeatz is finally out.
He calls this one “Flux” (The Album).
Featuring on this record dubbed “Push Up“ however are South African House duo, Mi Casa and Angolan singer, and Anselmo Ralph.
“Push Up“ is mixed and mastered by SWAPS.
“Flux” (The Album) consists 11-tracks with guest appearances from Davido, Patoranking,
Tekno, Stonebwoy, Mi Casa, Praiz, Iyanya and many other.
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Gospel Chinemeremu Obi (conceived; January 14, 1987), expertly known as GospelOnDeBeatz,
is a Nigerian record maker and lyricist. He came into spotlight in the wake of delivering “Every
one of You”, the fifth single from Davido’s introduction studio collection Omo Baba Olowo (2012).
Gospel began playing the drums at 7 years old and the console at 9 years old. His affection
for playing the console and making beats developed as he played and performed in his parent’s
congregation and at various shows around his locale. Furthermore, Gospel’s studio creation ability and energy
initially picked up articulation at 17 years old when he delivered a ten-track gospel choir collection for his parent’s church.
Gospelondebeatz at Alternate Sound live 2019
The innovative soul in Gospel drives him to see past his customary range of familiarity as he
moves forward to seize and amplify openings. He trusts that diligent work, consistency and
devotion satisfies which is the reason he is known to regularly say “Results drops all put-down” – a rule he additionally applies to his business. Gospel is an establishing individual from Africa’s top notch band; Alternate Sound.
Gospel is however in charge of various records that have risen up out of Nigeria today. His sound is extraordinarily affected by Don Jazzy, Oskido, Kanye West and Timbaland
Other than being a maker, Gospel is likewise a versed music maestro with extraordinary console
aptitudes and an uncanny capacity to take a creation from the four dividers of a studio right to
a live stage. With the guide of his live band; Alternate Sound, Gospel however makes
preparations and beats that are carefully made in the studio wake up in front of an audience.
Works like Iyanya’s “Oreo”, Wizkid’s “Ojuelegba”, Praiz’s “Sisi” and a few
other live jam sessions by Alternate Sound loan trustworthiness to this.
Peace Agyare loves to write and is addicted to reading. She is a staff at Ghaflagh.com & ghafla.com/music/ A well bred journalist with a flair for entertainment, society and arts. She loves covering events and reporting personalities for the public consumption. My articles may aspire or piss you off depending on your stance on the issue. Remember, opinions are like noses and at the end of it we’re all entitled to our opinions.
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June 17, 2019
June 17, 2019
June 17, 2019