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Aremolekun is back, releases new album ‘Eridemilade’

Dec 24, 2020

Lovers of Christian music will be trilled with a spirit filled song as the Pillar of Bethel Angelic Voices (POBAV), release a single online album during the Yuletide season.

Tittled, Eridemilade’ (Crown me Lord), being the first Single Album from the stable of the gospel music band, the song will be released on Christmas Eve, to set the stage for prayers and positive confessions in the end of the year.

The founder of the band, Very Rev’d David Akinadewo, popularly known as Aremolekun, while speaking with newsmen disclosed that he released the single during this season with a view to fulfill its desired purpose.

According to Aremolekun, year 2020 presents numerous challenges to individuals and nations of the world, but “since many of us are still standing, we must rededicate ourselves to God and offer genuine prayers for a better tomorrow.”

The renowned senior journalist and editor, noted that the title of the single indicates a clear message of positive confession that no matter what happens, “I must receive my crown of success, victory, protection, promotion and breakthroughs in all ramifications.”

Akinadewo, the immediate past Governor of the Gospel Musicians’ Association of Nigeria (GOMAN), Ondo state Chapter and currently Senior Special Adviser to the GOMAN President on Planning, Strategy and Technical Matters; said in a simple term, the single is a song of prayer that will catapult all his lovers into the reality of their dreams as the Lord lives.

The song writer, composer, musician and band leader for almost three decades, revealed that although his band has 10 records to their credit, Eridemilade is their debut in single album release.

He, therefore appealed to music lovers and fans of his band to download the song from all music platforms from 12 midday on December 24, 2020, particularly on Aremolekun channels on YouTube, Instagram and Facebook.

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