Onoslemmy, a Nigerian Gospel music pastor located in Ireland, has released a new tune named “Halleluyah.”
A quick rendition of a sound from above that changes the mood. It’s a worship hymn about Jesus’ victory on our behalf and the Zoe life that comes with it. Onoslemmy joins the angelic throng in proclaiming “Halleluyah” as the winning vocabulary.
It began with Contemporary Worship music but quickly expanded to include Celtic Folk Music, which allows for rebounding vocals.
It’s no surprise that Onoslemmy is interested in the latter music type, given his location in one of Europe’s folk music hotspots.
Despite its complexity, the hymn is surprisingly sing able, and it is likely to be included in many Sunday services.
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Okeze Onorode Lemmy, better known by his stage as Onoslemmy, is a Nigerian gospel singer, composer, record producer, and performer based in Ireland.
He is from Delta State, in Nigeria’s south-central region (Isoko precisely). He graduated from the University of Benin in Benin City, Edo State, Nigeria, with a bachelor’s degree in accounting.
Onoslemmy founded the Gospel acapella ensemble Soul2Soul in 2002, but it wasn’t until 2015 that he received his first international invitation as a performing artist at a fundraising event in the Republic of Ireland. In 2017, he relocated to the Republic of Ireland, where he presently resides.
Onoslemmy has participated in a number of international concerts and ministrations. The track “Breathe,” which featured Wati and was produced by Samzi Bumerey, is the most notable of his several releases.
According to early indications, the new song “Halleluyah” will surpass the milestone set by “Breathe.”