After several months of unannounced hiatus, Anajo Black bounces back with an Afro-Gospel titled "Yahweh" -- a song produced by Figga.
OML Nation label frontman Anajo Black has bounced back with a slam bang after several months of unannounced hiatus. This time around, he sings a holy music for God and His greatness.
Produced by talented Ghanaian beatmaker, Figga, the song he entitled "Yahweh" started trending on social immediately it was released. The song has catchy-lyrics, rhythmic groove and God-inspired.
"'Yahweh' means God in Hebrew language. I was just idle, sitting alone and reflecting and recalling things that have happened in the past -- the ups and downs, and disappointments.
"And was like, WOW!, am still here and making progress. This means He's (God) not given up on me. So I just did something small -- a Thank You song," says Anajo Black in an exclusive interview with Pulse.com.gh
Possibly Africa's most wanted Afro-Gospel today, "Yahweh" is an inspiring, illuminating and an ideal praise song.
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