A Talented gospel singer by name Dr. Paul is out with a brand new song titled “Obuliwom Elu” feature by Kwin.
Kwin is the winner of the Rock Challenge which took place between April and May, 2019. She emerged the winner from a keenly contested process which saw many talented Nigerian vocalists take to Instagram to showcase amazing vocal skills.
Amongst the pack, Kwin stood out with strong passionate, hungry and arresting voice that took the judges by complete surprise.
Obuliwom Elu, a worship special, is the result of the series of studio sessions which have seen this emerging star collaborate with Dr. Paul. This song and its visuals are a testimony to God’s amazing grace to a helpless sinner, lost in the way, but found by our Saviour and led back to the path of spiritual prosperity.
Obuliwom Elu audio is produced by Sunny Pee while the video was directed by Justice DH Films.
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Lyrics: Obuliwom Elu By Dr. Paul Ft. Kwin
Jesus you are worthy of our praise Daddy Baba
You are worthy of our praise Amen.
You are worthy of my praise daddy Baba you are worthy of my praise Amen.
Obuliwom elu 4x
Agam aja ya nma we kuwara ya aka.
Sometime ago, I no know what to do
I no know where to go, my life don roti…
I come dey think am na wetin I go do
Na wetin i go say, na who go be my saviour.
I see this man o, eh say in be Jesus
Eh telli me my boy o, take my hand dey go
I come dey follow am, waka we dey go
I dey waka I dey follow am everywhere he go
Today today o, testimony don dey
See me see my life o, my laifu don better.
Jesus you are worthy of my praise daddy
Baba, you are worthy of my praise Amen 2x
Obuliwom elu , obuliwom elu
Obuliwom elu, obuliwom elu
Agam ajaya nma, we kuwara ya aka.(2x)
Oke miri dinuzo, aha gi bu Jisos
(The great river by the road, your name is Jesus)
Otu idi na mbu, otua ki ga digide
(As you were from the beginning, so shall you be evermore)
Jehovah Shammah, Jehovah Nissi
You are the peace o, the banner over me.
Ide nke ji mba (the pillar that holds the city), your river never dries
I salute you my God o, come and take your place