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Martina D’lyte out with Osemekpologbe

By Florence Utor   |   15 January 2017   |   3:26 am  

Martina Ebor

Martina Ebor, aka Martina D’lyte, ended last year on a celebration note as she released her third album titled, Osemekpologbe (God is bigger than you think). The 10-track album consists of life transforming hip-hop and highlife hits, which are inspired by the Holy Spirit, according to Ebor.

Ebor confirmed that the songs in the album are what everybody would identify with and she intends to use the medium to change lives for the better and bless people.

Advising those who want to go into gospel music for the mere profit to be made, Ebor said, “Anybody who wants to go into gospel music must be convinced that they have the calling to do it otherwise they may get frustrated. If you think it is something you can just come and sing and make money like other artistes, who get to perform at events and make money, you will be disappointed. Gospel music takes time, but if you are dedicated and focused, you will get there.”


Ebor is not stopping at music alone as she intends to launch Delight Musical Outreach that will reach out to the less privileged and widows, most especially.

According to her, “I’m also looking to bringing choirs together and have a competition, where the winning groups would go home with prizes.”

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