By Tony Nwanne
R&B turned Urban Gospel singer, Obiora Obiwon is resurfacing into the music scene with his new album, “Floodgates: The Beginning Of The New Overflow”.
The new album, to be released 12 November, is coming three years after his last and second since he switched the the christian/Gospel genre, “Gold Water”.
Obiwon announced the news on Tuesday via his social media platform.
“As you may know, it’s been three years since my last musical project “Gold Water”, my second since submitting my gift to a higher calling in the christian/gospel genre.
“Through the years it’s been a blessing to grow and passionately go deeper into this calling and consequently make better music. One fact that is always intriguing and exciting is how my everyday faith victories and struggles transmute directly into the very stories, lyrics, melodies and themes that entirely shape and drive my albums.
“My latest album “Floodgates: The Beginning Of The New Overflow” is no different. On the 12th of November 2016, I have a wonderful opportunity to share with you live in concert the music, stories and testimonies that have shaped my life in the past few years.
Stating further, Obiwon said; “Again it would be my utmost pleasure to share with you the wonderful pleasures of adulating and adoring the Creator of the Universe in His amazing ways over diverse styles of music and expression on that day.
“If you will not be in the territory at the time, please note that we are making efforts to provide you links to live audio/video streams of the event and shall be communicating this shortly. Beyond the Floodgates Concert, please get a copy of this project upon it’s release and enjoy with me the wonders of the Owner of all creativity, excellence and life!