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Rosemary unveils debut album at night of worship concert

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Rosemary Tony-Ayoko

Gospel singer, Rosemary Tony-Ayoko, fondly called Rosemary, on Sunday, April 9, unveiled her debut album titled, That I May Know Him, at a concert tagged, Night Of Worship, at The Dome, Glory Christian Ministries, Ijesha Tedo, Surulere, Lagos.

The 12-track album features some of Nigeria’s anointed gospel singers, including Mairo Ese, Palmira and Donna Ogunnaike. Produced by Rotimikeys (Rotimi Akinfenwa) some of the tracks are, You, My Everything, Have Your Way (featuring Mairo Ese), Just A Glimpse, Be My Lord, Dwelling Place, Nara Ekele, Mo Wa Dupe, I Believe (featuring Palmira and Donna Odunaike), to You As You, This Song, Holy Is Your Name.

The album launch concert featured gospel artistes, including Pita, Mairo Ese, Donna Ogunnaike, Dominic Osim, Ice and Palmira.For the Benson Idahosa University graduate, gospel music isn’t something she stumbled on. “It started about 13 years in my final year, when God appeared to me in a dream and told me about the music ministry and how He has singled me out to be used by Him. 

Although, I didn’t start the moment He told me, because I wasn’t ready for it, so He had to teach me a few things that will help me stay in line with what He has called me to do,” she said.

It took Rosemary resigning from her comfortable job at a law firm to make the wheel of music grind on a full throttle. She explained, “after my resignation all that consumed me was just to have a more intimate relation with Him, hence the title, That I May Know Him. I am glad to say that indeed I met Him and I so love my relationship with the Holy Spirit.”


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