Afro Gospel music group, Sitso & his RZN (risen) Family are back and out of the recording studio with yet another toasted and classical gospel piece, "Yewɔ Nyame" (We have God).
According to the team, the new song is in response to requests from reggae gospel lovers both within and outside the Christian fraternity for Sitso and his RZN band to bless them with some sweet conscious music, almost immediately after the release of the worship medley "Ayeyi", and features legendary gospel singer, Uncle Ato.
Sitso’s "Yɛwɔ Nyame” is a rendition of a popular Ghanaian hymn and though he is not to clear who the original owner of the song is, he gives due reverence and credit to them.
“Off the upcoming CROSSROADS album, "Yewɔ Nyame" regularly sang in Action Chapel, Christ Cathedral, is a warfare song and is set to definitely inspire the current and future generations” He said.
The song is an inspirational piece which encourages that, regardless of one's situation, the good Lord will give us victory.
Sitso and Team have also release the visuals for the new single.
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