Fortune Binibor debuts her single titled “Ímólè Dé”.

Imólè De a Yoruba contemporary gospel tune. Ímólé Dé means “Light Has Come” .

According to Fortune,


” Ímólé Dé is a prophetic song given to me by the Holy Spirit from the place of prayer and meditation..! 

As one who does not understand nor speak Yoruba, I immediately perceived God was sending a message to the sons of men heralding the coming of the LIGHT of the world, JESUS! And the wonders of his power!

The one who shines so bright and the darkness can not comprehend it!
The illumination of his presence breeds salvation!
The one who shows up and every void is filled up!

The one whose presence brings Joy, Peace, Hope and Rest from every labour! “

Produced by the illustrious lowkeyz.

BIOGRAPHY
First, from the family of five children, Fortune Binibor was born to Mr and Mrs Binibor, in Auchi town in Edo State.

There she obtained her nursery, primary and secondary education before moving on to the University of Benin for tertiary education where she obtained a BSc in Human Physiology.

She was posted to Lagos State for her NYSC program after which she proceeded to obtain her Masters in Human Physiology at the University of Lagos.

She’s passionate about singing and making music that edifies and bless the soul. Ever since discovering her gifts and calling, this passion has remained consistent over the years cause in this she has found purposeful fulfilment.

Fortune and her band (Joyful Sound Crew) is an evolutionary sound to the gospel music world! To her, music is a ministry first to honour God, and then to bless humanity!

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LYRICS

Verse 1
Lift up your head o ye gates
And let the king of glory come in
Bow Down and worship
For the Lord of host is mighty in our midst
Great and mighty is our God
He’s strong enough to save
Let the whole rejoice and be glad

Verse 2 
Arabataribiti
Aribitirabata
The king of glory, that reigneth in majesty
The one who sits on the throne and maketh the earth his footstool
He that neither sleep nor slumber Ode (he’s coming)
I see him coming in his glory!
I see him coming in his power!
I see him riding with the host of angels!