Preye Odede | Enyene Nyor (Marvelous)

by favouriteemusic

Gospel music minister Preye Odede is not giving 2020 a breather as he returns with “Enyene Nyor (Marvelous)” following the release of “Done Me Well” featuring Tim Godfrey at the end of 2019.

Preye Odede uses the power of language in his expression as he adapts the Efik dialect of South South, Nigeria to give intensity to his theme, tone and overall outlook on the new single.

After surmounting many life altering distractions at the end of 2019 including a clean bill for a major health challenge, it is only right that the award winning Gospel singer comes with a song of gratitude. “Enyene Nyor” translated “marvelous” from the Efik Language is Preye Odede’s befitting response to the many wonderful experiences God brought forth from what was meant for evil.

Not only does Preye Odede expresses himself with language, the instrumentation also adapts the traditional Folk music peculiar to the south south. The use of Pidgin English also aided the peculiarity in significant measure.

Following the release of “Done Me Well” featuring Tim Godfrey last year, Preye Odede was at The Experience 2019 Concert With an encore-deserving, spirit-stirring ministration of hit songs “Oshimiri Atata” and “Ebezina,” Preye Odede jolted about 500,000 people on the 14.5 hectare ground of TBS; and 150 nations into the atmosphere of worship.

“Enyene Nyor” is released from the stable of Script Music and it was produced by Corekt Sound and FuncKleff.

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LYRICS

 

[Verse 1]
Father, Lord I thank You
For the things you don
Wetin Man no fit Do
You don Do Scatter Ooh
Yoh, yoh, yoh
You open plenty Doors
Load Blessings and say
Make I Choose, Ooh
E dey do me like Film Ooh
Na wetin wen I get Ooh
Wey no be you give Me
Yoh, yoh, yoh
Make you take the Glory

[Chorus]
{Kpukpru S’abasi
Anamde Ku’wem Mi
(What God didin my life is …)
Emenyene Nyo (Marvelous)
Kpukpru S’abasi
Anamde Ku’wem Mi
(What God didin my life is …)
Emenyene Nyo (Marvelous } [x2]

[Verse 2]
I remember before, before
Gari sef hard to see
But I no know what to say, today
Your Blessings dey Rush us Oh
Anything I touch, you dey bless
When I fall you carry Me
You dey always show yourself Oh
Wetin I fit give you
For all the things you’ve done
You no be like Man wey dey Fail
When you talk, you dey Do
Na only you be God Ooh
Yoh, yoh, yoh, yoh, yoh
Emenyene Nyo (Marvelous)

[Chorus]
{Kpukpru S’abasi
Anamde Ku’wem Mi
(What God didin my life is …)
Emenyene Nyo (Marvelous)
Kpukpru S’abasi
Anamde Ku’wem Mi
(What God didin my life is …)
Emenyene Nyo (Marvelous } [x2]

(Iyoh, yoh, yoh, yoh, yoh
Iyoh, yoh, yoh, yoh, yoh)
Thank God oh,
Than’k you Lord
Thank you Lord
You no be Man Ooh

[Outro]
Iyoh, yoh, yoh, yoh, yoh
Yoh, yoh, yoh, yoh, yoh
Iyoh, yoh, yoh, yoh, yoh
Emenyene Nyo (Marvelous)
Iyoh, yoh, yoh, yoh, yoh
Emenyene Nyo (Marvelous)

 

PREYE ODEDE – PROFILE

Preye Odede is a Nigerian Gospel artiste, philanthropist and principal of Script Planet with multiple awards to his name including the award for ‘Best Gospel Music Video’ at the Best of African Gospel Music awards in Atlanta, USA in 2016, ‘Most Requested Song’ in West Africa at the Africa Gospel Awards held in Accra, Ghana, he also recently bagged the West Africa Music and Media Award as ‘Artiste of Excellence West Africa 2018’, held in London; to mention a few.

He is best known as one of Africa’s most culturally unique and successful Gospel Artiste in recent years. Preye Odede and his Script Music Crew are known for their unique blend of culture in intimate worship, which comes with excellence and a melodious style of worship in diverse African languages especially Nigerian languages.

Preye Odede is not only known for the success of “Ebezina”, a song of hope meaning “Don’t Cry” but many inspiring indigenous and non-indigenous melodies have been churned out of the rich cache of inspiration of the sensational Gospel music minister. Singles such as “Oshimiri Atata“, which describes God as “The Fountain That Never Runs Dry”, “Idinma“, which means “You Are Good” and most recently, “For My Good” have been met with wide acceptance and rave reviews.

The sophomore album “Ready”, which followed “My Script” also boast of brilliantly composed tracks that have birthed many testimonies including, “Ready,” which is the album title track, “You are Holy,” “I will Restore,” “Bulie (Remix)” featuring international Gospel music minister of “Baba” fame, Sonnie Badu and many more.

Songs from the “Ready” album have received so many local and international awards and the album has recently been nominated as the outstanding Album of the year at the Maranatha Global Worship Music Award 2019 in Kenya.

Attention is being paid to the cultural uniqueness of his songs and its spiritual content, (Preye Odede takes his prophetic unction very seriously and this can be heard all over his music with prophetic declarations coming up intermittently).

Apart from the music ministry which Preye Odede is known for, in a bid to connect with his environment beyond his music, his philanthropic and evangelism outreach mission has also been imprinted in the hearts of the under privileged with his “low key” scholarship scheme. His prison outreach meets the needs of inmates and extends the message of the gospel to them by providing materials ranging from food, cloths, toiletries etc. in Port Harcourt and also working towards reaching to other states.

On the 7th of June 2019, Preye Odede launched a movement themed “The Move” with his first ever live recording concert in Ghana, alongside Tim Godfrey, Prosper Ochimana, Joe Mettle and Akesse Brempong, and is on his way to taking the Gospel of oneness, hope through collaboration and music to the rest of Africa.

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