With the success of Yes! You Are The Lord in 2014, Nkiruka Ogboruche ha tested music waters and has confirmed that she is good enough to step out full time, based on the positive appraisal she received from music lovers all over the world. The 10-tracker titled The Kingdom Anthem was produced by Phat-E Wilson Joel, Chris Jones and El-Jamin and mastered by Huskylim in Houston, Texas, U.S.
The debut album is a mix of urban contemporary sound with the fusion of alternative rock and an afro twist, R&B, hip-hop, pop, and soul, meeting the deep spiritual needs of the diverse and vast audience cultivated during her past tours of Nigeria, Europe and the Americas.
It features fast-paced, upbeat, energetic numbers such as ‘Yes! You are the Lord,’ ‘The Kingdom Anthem’ and ‘O Sing,’ featuring Sammie Okposo and Tim Tehila, ‘You Are Amazing,’ ‘Bless,’ and other songs that also feature Onos Ariya and Niyi Laoye.
Explaining the reason for the album, Enkay, as she is known in the music scene, said, “The kingdom Anthem is an expression of my commitment to praise, exalt, honour, glorify and please God for the opportunity to minister to millions all over the world under an atmosphere of anointing, healing and breakthroughs.”
Commenting on the album, Tim Ogboruche of Tehila Crew who is also CEO of Tehila Records said, “The focus of The Kingdom Anthem is to praise and worship God, expressing our love and awe of who he is. When we fail to worship God we always find a substitute, even if it ends up being ourselves. Songs in the album we put together to inspire listeners to constantly praise and worship God, and not lose sight of the kingdom of heaven no matter the circumstances of life.”
Enkay is still part of the award winning gospel group, Tehila crew and is also signed unto the Tehila Records and will also release some videos, Yes! You Are The Lord and You Are Amazing from the album, shot on location in Botany Bay in Broadstairs, Kent on the south east coast of England, the quality can be compared to any other in the world.
Born In Kaduna to Dr. and Mrs. Onuabuobi as the first of five children, Enkay grew up in a house filled with music; her grandmother, mum and siblings are music ministers transcending different generations. She recalls recording her first tape with her dad and siblings huddled around a cassette radio with a bottle and spoon as musical instruments. She further honed her skills and ministry at Abia State University where she was one of the lead vocalists at the school’s biggest choirs.
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