Just when he thought his critics were getting the best of him by letting his reliance and confident fades from his song Oluwa, Vumomsé happily shared a picture on Facebook yesterday Sunday, 16th 2018, of his song making the A-List among some other African gospel bigwigs in Nigeria.
Few weeks after Oluwa was released, critics went on their writing skills blasting the artist and song for being a Cameroonian but having the title of his song in a Nigerian dialect. The comment section on Facebook, retweets on twitter, almost got the star say he was done with his passion of music not until when he started receiving short videos from his followers grooving to the new gospel jam. Definitely, those critics added some awareness to the entire song making it to hike from the hundreds of views it initially had on YouTube to thousands.
Making wave in Nigeria and making it to the A-list of gospel mixtapes in the country, is still a nightmare many still have to wake up and believe because the song is a bilingual song with about 30% French and 60% dominants in English. Music they say has no boundary definitely when it is about praising God.
Vumomsé getting all these accolades is only with the audio of the song, only God knows how hard and sophisticated the video coming soon is going to look like.
Enjoy OLUWA and have a blessed week.