UK based Gospel singer recording artiste and songwriter, ‘Dayo Bello’ teams up with Beejay Sax a renowned Nigerian based Saxophonist to release a new music video — “Onyeoma”.
According to the lyrics, “Onyeoma which has its interpretation as “God Is A Good God” eulogizes the incomparable and supreme attribute of God.
Dayo Bello God’s Gift is said to be one of the vibrant lead worshippers of our generation in the UK. He believes it’s a privilege and an honor to be a lead worshipper.
The devoted sold out child of God, teacher, speaker and songwriter launched his debut album (Fruit From My Lips) following his first ever recording project with songs including “Jesus Your are beautiful”, “Jesus you’re all I want”, his hit track “Chimle”, and the most talked about “Gbemisoke”.
Moreso, he has also ministered on big Gospel platforms and alongside several lead worship leaders such as Nathaniel Bassey, Noel Robinson, Sammie Okposo, Mike Abdul, Muyiwa Riversongz and more others.
To his credit, Dayo Bello now has 3 albums and many singles with “Eledumare” & “Onyeoma” as his latest effort. He is blessed with a lovely wife and two beautiful children.
Lyrics: Onyeoma By Dayo Bello Ft. Beejay Sax
Hallelujah lift up your voice everybody
Lift up your hands clap your hands oh ye people
Let’s magnify The King of Kings our Good God
The one who reign supreme
The one that reigns in splendour
He is the King of Kings
He’s the Lord of Lords
He is the ancient of Days
Join me as I lift up my God!
King of kings
Lord of lords
Ancient of Days
You’re not a man
You reign supreme
You are the Champion of my soul
Redeemer and the saviour of my soul
Our soon coming King
Ah Words cannot contain the things I wanna say to Him
Because He is the King of all Kings
He’s been marvellous to me
God has been so good to me
If God has been so good to you
Why don’t you just lift up your hands with me and just magnify Him
Out of your belly let the rivers of worship flow
Say something nice to Him
Say Lord you’re altogether lovely
You’re the bright and morning star
You know what even if you can’t find a word if you can’t a word
Why don’t you say ooo
Father this is from me to you