Dunsin Oyekan Announces Collab with Theophilus Sunday on Two (2) Songs

Fans are elated as Dunsin Oyekan announces new music with Theophilus Sunday

Taking to social media, the renowned Nigerian psalmist and worship revivalist trumpeted the news of his collaboration with firebrand gospel minister, Theophilus Sunday, while also hinting at another new collaboration with Nathaniel Bassey, for new songs!

“Some time ago, the Lord said I should quickly document some of my encounters with Him in sounds. One of the sounds was to feature @1spirit_theophilus and another @nathanielblow,” Dunsin Oyekan penned on Instagram with a pic of himself and Min. Theophilus.

“As we were about to start recording, I felt a portal open and there was a very strong alignment in the spirit, I began to hear another song. The Lord was singing over us, I and the Upper room gang began to sing back to Him. It turned to a moment we had to document right there, I beckoned on Theophilus to join us on stage and declare it over the nations! (He had to feature on 2 songs ?)” He added

Dusin Oyekan concluded by revealing the title of his first release from his collaborative effort with Theophilus Sunday; “OGO meaning GLORY! Soon to be released!”

This news has fueled excitement among fans and gospel music lovers with heightened anticipation for the new song release.

Recall in January 2023, Dunsin Oyekan surprised fans with a new album “The Birth Of Revival,” available on digital platforms. The 14-track body of work whihc features a star appearance from Mercy Chinwo on “Who Is On the Lord’s Side”, has garnered positive acclaim.


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