Nigerian gospel singer, Tope Alabi has aired her thoughts on a popular gospel song, ‘Oni Duro mi Ese O’.
Tope Alabi, known as the singer of popular gospel songs, has aired her opinion on the well-accepted song ‘Oni Duro mi Ese O’.
In a viral video, the Nigerian gospel singer takes her time to break down some points on why the song doesn’t really settle down with her.
The popular song has different editions which were sang by Nigerian gospel singers, Sola Allyson and Adeyinka Alaseyori, those editions were well-accepted by gospel music lovers.
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Watch Adeyinka Alaseyori‘s Edition below:
Watch Sola Allyson‘s Edition below:
She went ahead to make it known that she does not criticize the gospel song, revealing that some messages have to be well digested by our brain when received from holy-spirit.
In addition, she made it known that she released a song and later gave it a retouch after she listened again and noticed it doesn’t have a reasonable message as expected.
Furthermore, Tope Alabi said you can’t tag your creator as a guarantor because nothing can be done to him.
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