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Ghanaian gospel sensation HRMisLUV has taken the music world by storm with the release of her highly anticipated debut album, “He’s Alive.”
This eight-track masterpiece is a testament to her unwavering devotion to spreading the message of faith and love through her soulful music.
“He’s Alive” is more than just an album; it’s a spiritual journey that captivates listeners from the very first note. With her powerful vocals and heartfelt lyrics, HRMisLUV brings to life the essence of gospel music, infusing each track with an undeniable sense of passion and conviction.
From uplifting anthems of praise to intimate moments of reflection, “He’s Alive” offers a diverse range of musical experiences that speak to the heart of the human experience.
Through songs like the title track “He’s Alive,” “He is our God,” and “I believe,” HRM is LUV invites listeners to connect with the divine and experience the transformative power of God’s love.
As her debut album, “He’s Alive” serves as a bold statement of HRMisLUV’s musical prowess and her unwavering commitment to her faith. With its soul-stirring melodies and inspiring lyrics, this album is sure to leave a lasting impression on all who have the privilege of listening.
Get ready to be uplifted, inspired, and moved by the powerful sounds of HRM is LUV’s “He’s Alive.”
Nigerian gospel singer and songwriter Moses Bliss and the love of his life, Marie Wiseborn, exchanged vows in a colorful traditional wedding here in Accra, marking the beginning of a joyous journey marked by vibrant hues and cultural richness.
The location, the Underbridge in East Legon, was awash in cultural significance and decked out in vibrant fabrics and traditional symbols that perfectly encapsulated their union.
Photographs caught the couple's radiant joy and moments of love and laughter. The traditional dances that were displayed in the video represented harmony and celebration among the community.
Guests were treated to a feast of cultural delicacies, enhancing the festivities with flavors that mirrored the diverse backgrounds of the couple.
For her first look, Marie wore a beautiful blue kente with peach embroidery and looked effortlessly sophisticated. Moses also showed up for his traditional wedding looking super suave and we love it. He donned the full Akwa Ibom regalia, wearing a white shirt, a colourful wrapper tied to the side, a black cap with colourful embroidery, and coral beads to complete the ensemble. He sure slayed his outfit to perfection.