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MUSIC DOWNLOAD: Taiwo Okpongete – Ogo Re || @taiwookpongete

Taiwo Okpongete is psalmist, song writer and worshiper. She has a unique music ministry in which she bares her heart to God in songs and here is a testament to her kind of music; this debut single titled “Ogo Re”. Ogo re simply means “Your Glory” in the Yoruba language and in this song Taiwo is simply declaring ‘the Glory of God’. This message is for everyone going through a trying time. Your trial will turn out for your good and for God's Glory. Hence the song 'Ogo Re'.

Produced by Jay-Dimeji Durotoye. 

Twitter: @TaiwoOkpongete
Facebook : Taiwo Ajayi Okpongete
Instagram: @Taiwo_Ajayi_Okpongete

Artist Profile
The name of this Psalmist is Taiwo Okpongete. She started singing 16 years ago on the worship team of Word of His Power Faith Fellowship Church in London, Ontario where she served for 6 years. Taiwo then joined the Choir of the House on The Rock Church, Lagos as a backup vocalist in 2005. She is still serving till date and is also an Alumni of the New York Film Academy, Los Angeles (2015).

In her words..
"Thanks to Minister Deji Livingston, the Music Director back then for helping to train my voice to what it is today. He was of immense support in helping the dream of this song become a reality. Also, a big thank you to Psalmist Lara George for her encouragement on this project. Thank you to Pastor Paul Adefarasin, my Father in the Faith for motivating us to enlarge our borders. Thank you to my Heavenly Father for pulling the resources of Heaven to make this happen. Glory!"

“Thank you for listening to the song. I received the chorus in a dream, and it means "the Glory of God", hope it blesses you. Music video coming up, 2 new singles and also an album round the corner”.



Ogo Re Baba, Ogo Re Baba (x2)
It's Jesus My Lord, Jesus My Lord
I worship Jesus, Jesus my Lord

Verse 1
You filled the spot of a Father when i had none
Through the wilderness you saw me through
Without You i could have lost my mind
But you kept me (Oh God) in Your Glory...

Repeat Chorus

Verse 2
I searched for love everywhere, but i couldn't find
It was always right here all along
Through my darkness, You showed Your Love
And my existence has changed

Ogo Re Baba, Ogo Re Baba (x2)
You deserve the Glory
Ogo Re Baba, Ogo Re Baba

For Your Purpose you created me
Your Shekinah Glory I see
Father use me to bless humanity
Lord it's all for your Glory.

Ogo Re Baba, Ogo Re Baba

Holy Spirit move over us (X2)

{everybody say}

Ogo Re, Baba aaaaa (x2)

Holy Spirit move over us (x2)

Ogo Re, Baba aaaaaa


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