The notable Nigerian gospel songstress, Chioma Jesus, and the adeptly defined gospel award-winning Mercy Chinwo makes purely refined chemistry in the ever-flowing melodic decent – ‘Okemmuo.’
The record runs through mild tempo instrumentation and well-deserving melody and prospect that describes the highest God, based on their several experiences, but they tend to share a similar factor in describing him as “Okemmuo”, an Igbo dialect which means ‘Spirits of the spirit’.
Okemmuo was delivered in English and the local Igbo dialect that makes up for the song’s theme. However, Okemmuo’s essence is drawn to totally describe the Lord God in a variety of ways which seem convenient for both acts to deliver and sustain at their pace whereas they kept birthing chemistry and it was good.
Chioma Jesus, opened by calling the Lord, the covenant-keeping God, who never dies or who has the ways of men either. She continues unleashing her description of the Lord in ways that are convenient enough before she handed over to the adeptly defined Mercy Chinwo, who delivers at her own height and maintained the cause and essence that focused on describing the Lord as it is all he is and deserves to be.
According to Chinwo, God is the only living God. There’s nothing you can not do. Jehovah is your name. She kept a befitting description that follows suit as Chioma Jesus also feels that God would deliver her as she has made up her mind to serve the Lord to the end. According to Chioma Jesus, who first described the Lord affirms that all her confidence is in him and that all the promised her has fulfilled in her life.
Mercy Chinwo’s verse is notable as she ponders on the part saying that God can never lie, attesting to the fact that he is a covenant-keeping God as the track flows like an endless stream based on a mild sonic tempo which has the powers to affect one’s mood; although it is relatively native and delivered on the popular Igbo culture as well as it was offered in English at a minimal range. Yet, the fact that it describes God, is enough for any believer’s wavering faith to become stable again if they still believe, because Okemmuo is like a personal stint for Chinwo and Chioma’s experiences and truly it is how they perceive God as to what they have believed him as.
However, they define him as Okemmuo, perhaps, you as well could have your own way or manner that definitely gives him a perfect description of him for the experiences you have had in your life.
Listen, enjoy Chioma Jesus x Mercy Chinwo – “Okemmuo” below & share.