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[New Music] Canada based Ghanaian singer Emmy Xornam out with new song ‘Aseda’


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‘Aseda’ is a brand new song of thanksgiving and praise by Emmy Xornam, an anointed Ghanaian gospel singer and songwriter based in Canada.

The ‘Lifted High’ singer wrote this new song based on the greatness of God, for who He is and what is able to do. According to Emmy, every day we have the opportunity to give thanks to God.

She added that there should not be a single reason to shy away from thanksgiving and no matter how small we think we have acquired materially or have accomplished in life, that should never be a reason to get tired of thanking God.

ASEDA is a song of thanksgiving which I received a couple of years ago. I was in a difficult place in life and facing some challenges. I was praying and fervently asking God for help at the time and even though deliverance took a little while to come, I kept hope alive. It was around the time I received deliverance that I received #ASEDA. The song was my thanksgiving for the marvelous work which God did.


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Listen to Aseda below;


Stream/Download song by clicking on the link below and join in the praise.

YouTube Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KrFqY67KGl4

Itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/aseda-single/1458310575

Deezer: https://www.deezer.com/album/92151582





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