Powerhouse Nigerian gospel singer, Mercy Chinwo and her fiancé Blessed, are getting set to tie the knot. First of all… Introduction!! It was all shades of glamour and celebration, as the beautiful couple held their introduction ceremony earlier today with family and friends in attendance. This was made known via social media publications from the
Singer-songwriter Jlyricz collaborates with British Christian artist Shimon Atunde for a remix of his dreamy single “Drown,” available today on digital platforms. The song which was first released towards the end of 2021 met great reception from fans and music lovers. Shimon Atunde delivers a stellar verse on “Drown (Remix)” with his soothing vocals to
Shortly after debuting with ‘Idi Ebube’ in May, Rivers State-born singer and songwriter, Glad Baribefii returns with her second official single “Thank you Lord” produced by Marv C. The groovy, melodic tune captures the singer’s her of gratitude to God for all He’s done. “This is not just a song, it’s coming from a heart
Internationally renowned worship leader, Eric Reverence has released the official video to his thanksgiving praise single titled “Oluwa“. The song which was released last year December now has beautiful visuals to go with it. ‘Oluwa’ (the Yoruba word for God) is an exuberant, joyful AfroGospel tune that celebrates God’s faithfulness. It’s birthed from a heart
Nigerian gospel recording artiste and songwriter Belisa John shares her new single titled “Agidigba” produced Tayo Oladeru. This follows the release of her worship medley released earlier this year. Speaking about the song, Belisa shares: “Agidigba is a song that talks about how great and powerful our God is, who is able to see us
Just 40 percent of London’s Tube network has air conditioning.
The contenders to replace Mr. Johnson as Britain’s prime minister focused more on rising energy bills than on global warming during a debate on Sunday.
One in five homes are likely to overheat, U.K. government officials said. Using window shades and turning off unnecessary lights could help beat the heat.
Central banks in the U.S., Europe, Canada and parts of Asia are lifting interest rates rapidly as they try to wrestle breakneck inflation under control.
It’s usually not hot enough to need it, and homes were built to retain heat, not stay cool.