Selina Boateng to unleash a hit song on Valentine's Day
By kwakureach | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 39 views
Sensational minstrel, Selina Boateng and "Minku Me Ho" hitmaker is set to unleash her much anticipated single track christened "Meko Ama Wo" which literally means "I will fight for you" on 14th February 2021 which happens to be Valentine's Day.
Last year, Selina Boateng released two songs, namely; "Yesu Mogya" (Bloo of Jesus) and Your Love which got massive airplay from notable radio and television stations. "Yesu Mogya had nomination in the National Gospel Music Awards which is yet to be held.
According to the gospel diva, she did the said song some years back when she was in Amsterdam. However, the song has been in her archive not until recently that she was touch while on her knees praying to release it.
Is it a coincidence that in times like this that the whole world is in a state of a dilemma on how to curb the Covid-19 pandemic, Selina is inspired to release this amazing song which she quotes Exodus 14:14 to ginger the spirits of Christians and believers?
Trust us, Opera News Hub to be the first to drop the song as soon as Selina Boateng releases.
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