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Mess into a Message - Chidiya Ohiagu

Chidiya Ohiagu - Mess into a Message

Title: Mess into a Message

Artist: Chidiya Ohiagu

Genre: CCM

Release date: February 23, 2024

Source: Artist


MESS INTO A MESSAGE (MIAM) is a song of testimony! No matter what trials or difficulties, when we walk with God, He can turn any test into a testimony of His goodness. We see this throughout scripture in stories like Joseph, Esther, David, and of course the biggest example, Jesus Christ. When the enemy thought he had triumphed over Christ, He rose from the dead and turned that mess into a message that has changed the world forever! That is the story behind this song.

Artist Bio:

Born and raised in Lagos, Nigeria, I grew up listening to a wide variety of music from pop to soul and R&B, Afrobeat to classical and gospel. Singing in choirs and listening to “boy bands” like Backstreet Boys, Take That, and DC Talk made me fall in love with harmony, sick vocals, and varied musical. I became a Christian at a young age and my faith in God is what fuels my music. Today, I’m blessed to be a new singer-songwriter with my debut single released in December 2019 and debut EP in December 2020. My heart’s desire is to be a conduit for God to flow through and touch the world for His glory.

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