Here is a brand new song from one of PortHarcourt’s finest female worship leader P-Shantel and the song is titled IHEOMA. IHEOMA is a fusion of indigenous high-life sounds and contemporary instrumentation. The song is a song of praise to God for all the many thing He has done. Song was produced by Prince Vibes for Immortal Vibes Records.
P-Shantel hails from Omoku in Rivers State and holds a degree in marketing from Rivers State University of Science and Technology. A dynamic praise and worship leader currently serving at the Recovery House Church Port Harcourt, Her love for ministry has seen her consistently leading people into God’s presence in worship and praise.
PShantel is an inspirational music artist that does contemporary/afro rock gospel, loves different genre of music and proud of her African heritage. She is also an embodiment of arts; A song writer, Makeup artist and a fashionista per excellence.
She hopes to use her music to make People have an encounter with Christ, to experience the love of God and the comfort of the Holy Spirit as experienced in her latest track IHEOMA (Good things).
Oh my God has been so marvellous to me
He has taken my sorrows away
Yes you gave me reasons
Why I should sing his praise
Daddy you love me so….and that is why me I go praise your name
Glory halleluyah, lift the name of Jesus higher
Obu gini ko mere mo
Obu gini ko mere mo
Obu gini k’omeremo
Nwe keta alaeze ke nna do bere no onu zo
For the many many good things you dey do
I go dance and sing praises to you
Cause you’ve done great things
Daddy you love me so …..
That is why me I go praise your name
Glory halleluyah , lift the name of Jesus higher
REPEAT CHORUS (×2)
Iheoma, Iheoma, Iheoma (×3)
Now let’s thank him for all he has done
For our salvation (Iheoma)
The life you gave (Iheoma)
Fruit of the womb
With bouncing bouncing babies
For your expansion
Onye na bia ozo
Chukwu neje mba
Chinenye ndumo (Iheoma)
Inyere ihie nile
Iheoma Iheoma Iheoma Iheoma Iheoma meeh .
For all you’ve done for me,
Words cannot tell it all
So ta la so, do mor re do to la so
I’ll for ever sing your praise
you’re been so good to me