Timi Dakolo, Nigerian soul singer, has come through with ‘Everything (Amen)’, his first single of the year.


The 40-year-old songwriter took to his social media pages on Friday to announce the release of the project alongside its visuals.

The less than five-minute project sees the singer offering prayers to God for everyone struggling to make a living.

The song is also a prophetic declaration and a message of hope.


“Everything you put your hand go work. Your name go open doors, Amen. You sef go be a boss, Amen Amen, Amen, Amen. Every hustler get the day, wey the hustle go come dey pay, your own e no go tey,” he could be heard singing in Pidgin English.

“If you dey find work do your own, God sef go do him own and flesh go cover bone. If you believe it say amen…Dangote go be your friend, Otedola go  be your friend, Adenuga go be your guy.”


Dakolo started singing in church at the age of twelve. He later joined the group Purple Love as a founding member in 2003. They dominated a Port Harcourt club but disbanded in 2005 as its members sought university education.

The talented music star rose to prominence in 2007 after he won the inaugural season of West African Idol, a reality show.

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