TY Bello says her joint album with Tope Alabi, ‘The Spirit of Life’, is timely because “these are very dark days”.
She described ‘Imole De (Light Has Come)’, a song on the album, as a “cry for everyone to come into God’s light”.
The collaborative work released January 17 contains 17 tracks of spontaneous worship.
Following the release of the video for ‘Imole De’, TY Bello took to Instagram to talk about the album.
She wrote: “In 2015, I began spontaneous worship sessions on Thursdays, the sessions were very simple .. just me and David Nkennor and then George making music for the Audience of one.
“Over the years I’ve had some amazing people join me in these sessions .. so Thursday’s are my favorite days …meeting and fellowship in God’s presence, singing new and unwritten songs and so that others can join in worship. The Spirit of Light Album with Tope Alabi is the product of one of these unscripted meetings.
“The album is a spontaneous worship session with seventeen fresh songs performed live over a three-hour period. Imole De is the heart cry for everyone to come into God’s light. These are very dark days.
“Yet, it’s clear that the love of God passionately reaches out to humanity. To every man, God has made Himself available as Father, Saviour, and Friend.
“He is near to each and every one of us; willing and able to save and deliver. What a privilege to be able to reach out for Him.”
Here is the video for ‘Imole De’.
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