Born in Benin City, Edo State, Nigeria, Nosa Shadrax Omoregie began his journey into the world of music at the young age of 7 as a chorister in his local church. As he grew, he tried his hands on writing rap lyrics and immersed himself in the popular culture. He was aware of his talent and experimented on different genres of music, and by so doing he trans- formed his rap lyrics into fluid melody and substance, and he soon began producing and composing music pieces.
Nosa gained admission into University of Benin in the year 2000 to study Electrical/Electronic Engineering. By the year 2003 Nosa wrote and arranged his 1st Song. Driven by his spirituality, his talent found its purpose in inspiring his audience with words of hope and promoting awareness to inspire change. Even as a devoted and full-time (Christian) Minister, his message has not changed. Over the years he developed a love for Jazz and Soul music, but his primary musical influential roots remain Gospel and Afro-Highlife.
In 2011 Nosa hooked up with the legendary Jeffery Daniels and as a result was signed to the Chocolate City Music Label. With some of his songs such as the popular hit ‘Always Pray For You’, he has creatively super-imposed a soul tune on a Highlife production, a Highlife verse with R&B flavored verses while maintain a refreshing and soothing slant. He is currently working on his debut album that is due to be released under the Chocolate City Music label.
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We rebuke wrongly focussing on external things. It wasn't the boisterous wind that made Peter sink if it were so Jesus also should have sank. It was the fear in his heart. We rebuke wrongly for we think the devil is in the wind while he is working on our hearts creating fear.
This is what we say and limit people whereas, it's not really the audience but the DJS, OAPs, show promoters who determine what the people want to hear. Audiences don't make beats. They accept what you drop on them and it becomes a norm.
When all men around you begin to equate you with Jesus giving you a messianic complex know they are your real enemies. The words some who may hurt you ultimately maybe the only voice of reason around you. Remember the madness of the prophet was rebuked by a donkey.
There is a folktale among Jewish people that the way to bring about the downfall of a man is to over praise him. Once it gets into his or her head, the praises of men, madness they know will set in. The person begins to suffer from delusions of grandeur and will soon over-reach.
The difference between them (when used as "your") is that thy comes before words that start with consonants and thine comes before words that start with vowels or vowel sounds. E.G. "Thy Will be done." "Thine own," "Thy grace," "thine ever loving arms."
This is why nice guys rarely win in life. They deny the nudging of their hearts to please men & maintain status quo. There is no way you can fulfil God's plan without disrupting the expectations of certain people. Don't be cantankerous but never give up a leading to please anyone
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1. you messed up by turning her into a washerwomen. At least that's a good side to her 2. you messed up by coming on Social Media to talk about someone you were that close to. 3. You messed up by acting as if you don't have issues yourself and judging her without helping her out.