The best strains of gospel music uplifting the spirit of the soul that leads to spiritual redemption are exemplified in artist Victor Onuabuobi’s track, ‘Omemma’.
Independent gospel and Toronto-based artist Victor Onuabuobi is presenting a path towards spiritual reasoning through his mystic and musical soundscape. I recently came across his song, ‘Omemma’ that is a tribute to God for his constant showering of love and protection on the artist throughout the entirety of his life. The song sings the glory of ‘the doer of good’ resonating with some of the best creative streaks of gospel and spirituality. His music communicates God’s love for humanity and leads people towards a path of understanding. Releasing music through his home label, Victor Onuabuobi Music, he has created a space of inspiration and motivation for everyone.
The track ‘Omemma’ creates a confluence of art and spirituality in one stream of continuous flow. His music is inspired by the works of artists such as Donnie McClurkin, Marvin Sapp, Fred Hammond, and more. He also founded the gospel music group called SoulExtreme that perceives a bigger scope of the different areas of divinity and meaning. He has other songs to his name such as ‘You Are God’ and ‘Amen’ and has collaborated with different artists thus expanding his creative horizons. Take part in a rendering and inspiration scope of the musical saga by following Victor Onuabuobi on Spotify, Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.
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