Nigeria’s topmost female photographer and inspirational worship leader, TY Bello returns, this month, on her Spontaneous worship series teaming up with Ambassador Wole Oni, The Perfect 4th String Quartet and her sound manager, George on this new piece titled God Has something To say.
While captioning the song, TY said; “Yes indeed, God has so much He wants to say to us.. but this is often heard when you choose to open your mouth to echo what He’s saying in his word and your heart. We choose to not be quiet and make our declarations in Him.
This unrehearsed (spontaneous) song blessed us .. it was a long one because He wouldn’t stop speaking.”
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About TY Bello
Toyin Sokefun-Bello popularly known as TY Bello was born on a 12th Day of January. She is a Nigerian singer, songwriter,
photographer and philanthropist. Before she separated herself to pursue a solo career, she was one of the defunct gospel band group called Kush. She is equally a member of the Nigerian photography collective, Depth of Field.
TY Bello is an indigene of Ogun State of Nigeria. She studied economics at the University of Lagos. After her studies, she practiced journalism for a while and then went into photography.
Being a talented musician, TY Bello also explores the music world, as she was once a member of the defunct group KUSH, which stands for Kinetically Ushering Salvation into Hearts and Homes. The group was formerly made up of individuals like Lara George, Dapo Torimiro and rapper Emem Ema. The group was very popular in the early 2000s especially when they dropped the single “Let’s Live Together”; they later managed to release an album before they eventually disbanded. Apart
from being a musician, TY Bello is the official photographer to President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, &;the Former President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. She also works for Thisday fashion magazine.
In the year 2008, TY Bello released her debut studio album, which she called Greenland. The album, which took two years to develop, was produced by Mosa Adegboye. TY Bello earned herself a Nigeria Music Award as well as a Sound City Award on account of the Album. She personally describes the album as a journey of her everyday life. Her music of Greenland is an embodiment of family, love and nation. It’s title track can best be described as song written to motivate Nigerians, and to liberate them from a place of despair to a place of hope.