kuzu mu ya be shi

Grace Bernard Oforka a.k.a Graciedion has finally released her long waiting Hausa composition Ku zo muya be shi after 4 years of writing and recording. The announcement was made on Friday 12th June 2020.

The African composer took to her Twitter and other social media platforms to release links to the song she wrote and recorded 4 years ago. Graciedion revealed through a live stream on her Facebook page that the song was revealed to her after praying in the church and heading for work one morning.

The song Kuzo mu ya be shi which means “Come Let’s Praise Him” was written in Hausa Language (A Nigerian tribe) and written for the guitar, Alto and Soprano recorders, violins, cello and Soprano voice. All instruments were played live and produced by Nosepiz.

She organized a 12 days count down event by sharing spoken words and bible reflections to all her fans In a bid to promote the theme of the song which means Come Let’s Praise Him. The count down ended on the release date June 12,2020 whereby a Live Launching was performed on her Facebook page. See song video here:-

Graciedion is an African Art Singer, Vocal coach and Composer who has compositions in several languages. She also composes for several instruments and opera performances. Some of her compositions includes that of the bassoon works performed at Chicago Symphony Orchestra by Midori Samson, Story of Job Opera in which she collaborated with Victor Ogbonna and was performed by Graciedion Chorale and many others. Her compositions are often described as a way out of this world. A bundle of creativity, talent and exploration of music in it’s highest form.

Since the release, there has been several approvals and reviews of the song. Here are some comments;

“Wow. This is an anointed song. Thank you for giving yourself up for God to use. I advice all persons to stream ,listen and play this song always”

Charity Thomas (Music Estate)

“I want to thank God for this song. Its a blessing to all mankind. Working on this song makes me feel so blessed. I advice all persons to listen and stream the song and remain blessed.”

– Noah Johnson (Official Guitarist)

“Such a powerful song, I imagine the choirs of heaven chanting ihe song in adoration to the Lord of host who sits enrobed with fire on the throne of jaspar within the Sanatoria Sanatorium”,

Dr. Philomena

“This song is purely from heaven ,I don’t think I would have written it by my own strength”

~Graciedion, graciedionmedia@gmail.com

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5 Comments
  1. raphael 4 months ago

    Kudos! Why is it that most Africans are not focusing on African art composition like this?

    • Grace Thomas 4 months ago

      True. Well, because we want to be like the whites forgetting our own heritage! It’s so sad

  2. Chacha Vocals 4 months ago

    Wow. This is a beautiful song!!!💃💃💃God bless you sis.

  3. Grace Thomas 4 months ago

    Beautiful song ma’am! I so love it. Though I don’t understand the language but your voice and Expression makes the song so beautiful. Thanks ma.

  4. Esther wilson 4 months ago

    Beautiful song ma! 💗💓

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