A gospel artiste, Mrs Bose Adekunle, has disclosed that God called her into music. Adekunle, who was born a Levite and daughter of a pastor, said that God called her through many signs as confirmed by some men of God. The artiste made this known to Friday Treat via a telephone chat recently.
“God called me into gospel music, I didn’t call myself; God always gives me songs that are revelations and timely to meet His people’s needs.
“God gave me many signs, and confirmed them through some men of God. That’s why He gave me my own husband, Elder Sunday Adekunle, a great supporter of my ministry and we are blessed with twins, which I consider one of the testimonies of our ministry.
“I was born a levite, my father, Pastor Jacob Ade Salako, is one of great heroes in CAC through whom God confirmed many signs and wonders. Although I studied microbiology, today I am doing His will,” she said.
While speaking on her new album entitled ‘I am grateful’ (Mo Moore), Adekunle explained that it was done to express gratitude to God for the success of the previous five albums.
She further explained that the album is to intimate people that gratitude is indispensable as it is an attitude of victors.
“The reason for that title is that we have done five albums in the past, so God laid it in our hearts to use this album to show gratitude to Him. It is also to let people know the reasons why they have to be grateful, because gratitude is an attitude of victors. If one is not grateful, then one is a great fool. A lot has happened, but it is by the mercies of the Lord we are not consumed,” she said.
The album ‘I am grateful’ is a ten-track album with songs likes of ‘Yiotura’, ‘Uncommon Testimony’, ‘I am grateful’, ‘Grace’, ‘Mimo Mimo’ and ‘Prince of Peace.’
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