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Tim Godfrey And The Xtreme Crew In Na You Be God Remix

By Daniel Anazia   |   06 February 2016   |   12:00 am

TIM-GODFREYNIGERIA gospel singer and worshiper, Minister Tim Godfrey is at it again. The Agidigba and Amen crooner is set to drop a remix of his wave-making single, Na You Be God.

The song, according to the award-winning artiste, is put together for the delight of his fans worldwide and will feature IBK and his group, The Xtreme. The song, produced by Xtreme’s SMJ, which originally featured Eben and Chioma, has enjoyed massive airplay in Nigeria and outside its shores.

With excellent outing last year, the singer, who has always been in the news for different reasons, says: “I laugh when I read these stories, because people say different things about my kind of music. While some see me as a gospel artiste, others just say I’m a normal artiste.”

According to him, “all I can say is, I’m just an artiste and I sing from the inspirations I get from God. I write just about anything — love, life, society, family, and fun. Though I came out as a gospel artiste, but being a gospel artist does not rule you out from singing normal songs or inspirational music, which some people call gospel music.” 

Aside from Na You Be God, the singer has also shown a whole lot of consistencies in his musical career, collaborating some notable acts in Nigeria including Shake Body crooner, Skales in tracks like Amen, Amen remix and Good Day.

He is a music director established as an embodiment of Kirk Franklin unpredictable music ideas. He superintends and coordinates Tim Godfrey and the Xtreme Crew gospel group.

With a vision to spreading the gospel to the extreme of the earth, staging professional musical concerts across the nation, depopulate hell and expand the Kingdom of God, the group was rated ‘Best Contemporary Gospel Group’ by organisers of the Awards for Musical Excellence in Nigeria (AMEN) at its 2005 awards ceremony.

The crew has performed professionally in over 500 events within and outside Nigeria, including KORA Awards in 2005, the Ghana Music Awards in 2006, among others.




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