Frank Edwards Mma Mma mp3 download. Contemporary Nigerian gospel artist named Frank Edwards drops an amazing masterpiece titled “Mma Mma” off his 2018 unlimited verse 2 album for his fans.
Frank Edwards is a famed super songster, keyboardist, and the CEO of Rocktown records. He is a presidential band member of the Christ Embassy. Frank is known for his vibe kind of music and his high-pitched voice.
The award-winning Frank Edwards, born in Enugu state is an established artist with several hit songs to his name. He began singing at age ten and also learned how to play piano.
This track “Mma Mma” written and produced by Frank Edwards pictures praise and honor to God the father.
The song begins with the instrumental sounds and the background voices echoing “Mma Mma” which means praise.
Frank talks about the sovereign God that is worthy of praise, glory, and honor. The Lord has proven Himself to be praiseworthy over the years with no disappointments.
In the bridge, “Lion of the tribe of Judah, Nma Nma e” which is inspired by Rev 5:5 proves that He alone conquered and He is to be praised.
The catchy melodies of this song are stunning and unique. It has attracted a lot of streams on different platforms.
It is a simple song written in English and Igbo language. A song showering praises and worship to God. However, the Igbo language makes it difficult for a non-indigene to flow freely.
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The backup Vocals performed well in their different parts with the keyboard and trumpets blending with the voices in an exciting way.
The track is great, taking the Christians joyfully to the Most Holy One, Mighty and Incomparable. This is reminding the believers of the Ancient of days, The great sacrificial and All-powerful father that deserves our thanksgiving.
The song is suitable for a church choir ministration and for a church dance performance. Frank Edwards is a real vibe when it comes to what he knows how to do best which is music.
You can’t help but listen to this piece over and over again!!
Listen to Frank Edwards – “Mma Mma” below.