Rev Johnny Omede | First Of It's Kind

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First Of It's Kind

by Rev Johnny Omede

This album is a first of its kind. It has an African, Caribbean and European combination and flavour. I have incorporated the African talking drums which truly gives the album a truly unique sound.
Genre: Spoken Word: Religious Texts
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1. I'm Gonna Lean On
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2. You Saved Me
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6:10 album only
3. Why Should I Stay Here
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5:32 album only
4. You You And You
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5:40 album only
5. Ever Since
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6. Heavenly Father
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7. It's So Good
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8. Jesus Is Alive
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9. The Earth Is The Lord's
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10. What Have You Done
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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MY COMPREHENSIVE BIO!

Who is Reverend Omede?

Rev. Johnny Omede was born in Benin City Nigeria 47 years ago.
He attended St. Angelas Primary School, Siloko Grammer School,
University of Benin, the London Royal School of Music, the London
School of International Marketing, London University and All Nations
for Christ Bible Institute, under the late Archbishop Benson Idahosa,
of Church of God Mission. He also did vocational training in the United States
in the 90s.

Rev. Omede got saved in 1974 through the evangelistic meetings of
Dr. T.L. Osborn, in Benin City, Nigeria.

Rev. Omede has been married to Eve Omede, for twenty years, they
have four children, Efosa, Abigail, Gosa and Praise.

Rev. Omede has spent over two decades in both England and in America,
where he founded Household of Faith Christian Centre worldwide.
He is the founder and president of the organisation "Teach me how to Fish."
The aim is to teach/train the poor and the disadvantaged how to be
self sufficient.

Rev. Omede is also a renown gospel musician and has had a couple of
albums out in the market. He has come out with a new kind of
gospel music, that is having an impact on the christian world and the
world at large. This is truely a first of its kind of gospel music.


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Idemudia Guobadia

First of Its Kind
Outstanding. So uplifting and full of inspiration.

Junior

Afreggea
Thats what I'd call it. The seamless blend of the sounds of Africa, and reggea, First of its kind, it really is.
If you've ever loved the true-to-life lyrics of Bob Marley, or the filling thuds of a talking drum, or even if you've never let yourself explore those islands waiting to be discovered, this is perfect. Its just one of those special moments in the history of music that last more than a life time.
I suggest you buy one for the house, and the car.

11/10