Minister of Gospel music Preye Odede does not give breath in 2020, because after the release of “Done Me Well” released at the end of 2019, he returns with “Enyene Nyor (Marvelous).”
Preye Odede takes advantage of the power of language to adapt the Efik dialect of South South Nigeria to give his theme, sound and overall perspective to the new single more intense.
Amid several life-altering events at the end of 2019 including a clean bill for a major health problem, a song of appreciation is just right for the prize-winning Gospel artist. “Enyene Nyor,” which has been translated “marvelous” from Efik Language is an appropriate response from Preye Odede to God’s many wonderful experiences of the wicked.
The instrumentation also adapts traditional folk music unique to the South, as well as its language expresses itself in Preye Odede. The use of Pidgin English has greatly contributed to the peculiarity.
Following last year’s release of “Done Me Well” featuring Tim Godfrey, Preye Odede was at The Experience 2019 Concert With a still-deserving, spirit-stirring ministry of hit songs “Oshimiri Atata” and “Ebezina,” Preye Odede jolted about 500,000 people on TBS ‘ 14.5-hectare ground; and 150 nations into the worship atmosphere.
“Enyene Nyor” comes out of the Script Music stable and was produced by Corekt Sound and FuncKleff.