African Bethel Music, led by Olumide Kosebinu is set to drop another brand new album specially dedicated to the 120 years anniversary of The African Church.
The church’s anniversary celebration is scheduled to hold by September and October, 2021.
Olumide Kosebinu, who has been leading the African Bethel Music group, was born in the late 70’s to the family of the Late Rev. Isaac Kosebinu. He joined the choir at the age of 7 in his home church, Bethel African church, Mologede-Meiran , Lagos, where he developed keen interest in music.
At the age of 12, Olumide starts to play the keyboard without any training. And he played in several churches before starting his own band at the age of 14.
A graduate of Music Technology from The Polytechnic, Ibadan, Olumide Kosebinu has also served as organist and choirmaster in several churches, especially different African church and Anglican church (Lagos west). He joined The African Church, Arch-Cathedral in 2013 as assistant organist, and started compiling the African church native air songs.
Olumide has composed several songs, including the African church 100 years celebration contemporary song in 2001. He also produced an album for Anglican church Lagos west at 10. He has been able to released vol 1 and 2 of African Church Native Air songs.
The special album project to commemorate the African church at 120 years from the stable of African Bethel Music led by Olumide Kosebinu will be released in few weeks.
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