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MUSIC DOWNLOAD: Chino – Kanyi Kele Ya [+Lyrics] || @iamchinorobert

Diamond City Entertainment in conjuction with Dabo Williams Promotion Company  presents "Kanyi Kele Ya" [Let's Thank Him] from a Frank Edwards' sound-alike artiste, Chino Robert.

Chino Robert better known by his stage name Chino, is a Nigerian born Gospel music minister, music producer and a Nollywood actor. A vibrant worship leader.  


Kanyi Kele Ya is an uproar South African sound with the fusion of English and Ibo language.

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LYRICS - "Kanyi Kele Ya"

 

Verse 1
Lamb upon the throne
you are Worthy
Soon coming king
you are worthy
You're the alpha and omega
The holy one of Israel
you are worthy to be glorified

El Shaddai ,Emmanuel we call you
The Lion of the tribe of Judah yes you are
It's a privilege to worship you most wonder of all
I worship your name

Refrain
Anyi n'eto chuku okike
Forever your name is lifted high
Anyi n'eto chuku okike
Holy one

Chorus -k'anyi kele ya

You are beautiful lord
You are excellent God
You are mighty God
You're a glorious God

We say you are beautiful lord
Heaven and earth adore you lord
Mighty God
You're a glorious God

Verse 2
We praise you with the lifting of our hands
We praise you with the song that angels sing
Hear our voices like the thunder
Striking at the sound of your name

So we come before you today
With a sacrifice and awesome offering
So we come before you today
And like the angels do we wan'o do today....heah

Refrain

Anyi n'eto chuku okike
Forever your name is lifted high
Anyi n'eto chuku okike
Holy one

Chorus -k'anyi kele ya


You are beautiful lord
You are excellent God
You are mighty God
You're a glorious God

We say you are beautiful lord
Heaven and earth adore you lord
Mighty God
You're a glorious God

Heah

Last chorus -kele ya (3x)(c.c)
Ooooo oho
Madu N'ile keleya eh

We praise Jehovah shammah
We praise Jehovah nissi
Madu N'ile keleya eh

He's the great and mighty God
The mighty man in battle
Madu N'ile keleya eh
Soon coming king
The everlasting father 

Madu N'ile keleya

We praise Jehovah shammah
We praise Jehovah nissi
Alpha and omega
We worship you today
We lift our hands in worship
We raise our voice today
Madu N'ile keleya

Heah Ooooo oho 

Madu N'ile keleya eh

We praise Jehovah shammah
We praise Jehovah nissi
Madu N'ile keleya eh.



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