Ghana: Luigi Maclean Out With Worship Single 'Oguama'

New Gospel entrant, Luigi Maclean, is out with another spirit-filled worship single, titled 'Oguama'.

The song features one of VGMA's 2020 gospel nominees, MOG Music.

The song, which was released this April, has been enjoying airplay on various online digital platforms and radio stations as well.

When asked how he had the song, he said, "I prayed to God for a Twi gospel song and he answered me with this song, two years ago. First, I had the melody and later the verses followed and it became complete".

The Reverb Studio signee also shared that his mentor, friend and brother, Joe Mettle, has been such a tremendous helper in his ministry and music career.

"The inspiration for the song was taken from the Book of Revelation chapter 4 and 5, when John made accounts of what will happen in the future", he added.

Luigi Maclean is one of the uprising hits in the Ghanaian gospel industry through his boss, Joe Mettle, who once featured him on his 2017 hit track, 'Bo Noo Nii'.

From there, Maclean has gained the admiration and exposure, which has given him more opportunities and platforms in Ghana and beyond.

In an interview with Skbeatz Records, monitored by The Spectator, he said, his being with the 2017 VGMA artiste of the year, is a blessing to him as he also takes that opportunity to humbly learn more about the music ministry and industry.

'Oguama' is one of his upcoming EP that he is yet to be released.

When his first track 'Amazing God' was released in 2018, it ranked as number one on ITunes ahead other tracks by artistes such as Diana Hamilton, Sarkodie, Kuami Eugene, Joe Mettle etc.

The official video of 'Oguama' is yet to be released very soon.

"As a gospel artiste, it's wise not to compare but to remain where God has placed you, be consistent, determined and improve to build your brand or area", he concluded.

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