Nigerian Gospel Singer, Mercy Chinwo to Hold Lagos Concert on March 29

Mercy Chinwo, the Nigerian gospel singer, is set to hold her first live concert in Lagos on March 29, 2024.

The date for the concert falls on Good Friday — at about the same time when Christians celebrate this year’s Easter.

Themed ‘Overwhelming Victory’, the free concert which is open to the public will be held at the Eko Hotels and Suites starting at 5 pm.

GNT Music, which is under the umbrella of Grace and Truth Nation (GNT) and co-founded by Blessed Uzochikwa, the singer’s husband, announced the concert in a statement.

Uzochikwa, a pastor, also said during the ‘Mercy Chinwo Live In Concert’, the singer will unveil her 12-track album, ‘Overwhelming Victory’, which she recorded while she was pregnant.

“It’s a journey wrapped up in tunes of faith, hope and victory. Beyond entertainment, Mercy Chinwo’s music is a spiritual experience that uplifts, empowers and rejuvenates the soul,” the statement reads.

Also, Chinwo said the new album is created to “uplift, inspire, and affirm the listeners’ faith”.

“Overwhelming Victory embodies the spiritual victory which we possess through Christ’s love. The album, through songs like ‘Father Eh’, and ‘My Lover’, showcases various aspects of this victory – faithfulness, might, joy, and reassurance in our faith journey,” she said.

“It’s created to uplift, inspire, and affirm the listeners’ faith, offering spiritual insight and encouragement.

“Overwhelming Victory marks a new chapter in my personal and artistic journey. The creational process involved international focus, late nights and a deeper commitment to sharing my faith journey.”

The album featured collaborations with Chioma Jesus, the singer; and Jerry Eze, the pastor.

Before ‘Overwhelming Victory’, Chinwo has put out other successful projects like ‘Elevated’, ‘Wonder’ and ‘Confidence’.

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