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NEW MUSIC: Preye Omayuku (@talktopreye) - A Thousand Tongues

Preye was born in Zaria, northern Nigeria, on the 8th of April, the 7th child of RTD Major and Mrs N.T Angaye. Being from a musical family where she and her eight siblings were already staging mini concerts for family and friends at a very young age, it is not very surprising that she has always been sure of the fact that she would influence the lives of millions with her golden voice.

Most of Preye's pre-teen memories include rehearsals with the Foursquare Gospel Church Children's Choir, as well as Bible club, where she used to sing a lot of Kiddies Praise songs. In secondary school, she formed a singing group, TLC, with a group of friends and this became her ticket to "fame" as she was then loved and favoured by her seniors who made life much easier for her at the time, even though it was a military school.
Years later, after moving to Port Harcourt with her parents, she joined a gospel singing group, HM3, where she was the lead singer and became active in the city's gospel music circuit. Having done back up singing for most of the big gospel artistes that came out of Port Harcourt in the late nineties, she was largely inspired by the musical genius of gospel legends like Yolanda Adams and Cece Winans, along with a few other prominent artistes of her time.
A landmark event in her life is her decision to join the New Wine Choir of The Carpenter's Church, in 1996, where she has served faithfully to date and has now become the leader of the approximately one hundred strong choir. 
Preye is a graduate of the University of Port Harcourt and is married to an exceptional man, Ogbemi Omayuku. Together, they are raising their three wonderful kids, Sisan, Olaye, and Tsegbemi in the fear of the Lord.

Twitter: @talktopreye

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