Sammie Okposo Drops New Album



Multi-talented gospel artiste and Globacom ambassador, Sammie Okposo, is ready to  engage his fans again.

Sammie Okposo

Four years after the release of his last album, No More Drama, the United Nations  Youth Ambassador for Peace is now ready for the release of his fourth album.

The album, which will hit the shelves in a couple of weeks, is a 12-track double CD.  Some of the tracks on the albums are Praise Way featuring Bouqui, You Are Welcome,  Jesu Remix featuring Memo, Big God, Celebrate, I Go Dance, Na So, God is Good, Turn  By Turn, Bless His Only Name and Amazing Love, among others.

On why it has taken him such a long time to do a follow up to his last album, Okposo  said he was only trying to maximise the potential of the last album. “Whenever any  artiste releases an album, he or she should try as much as possible to maximise the  album to its highest potential. Along the line, I was involved in other projects  which enhanced the sale of my last album. As a matter of fact, it also gives me the  opportunity to work on the new album I am about to release. It is one of the best  decisions I have taken in my career,” he revealed.

He also spoke on why he is supporting President Goodluck Jonathan to become  Nigeria’s president come 2011.

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“I’m a citizen of Nigeria and I have the right to support whoever I’m convinced is  good for the job irrespective of my profession. Contrary to people’s opinion that I  was paid for my recent political activities, it was not motivated by money. The  money collected was my professional fee for producing those songs,” he said.

The two campaign songs currently running on different stations across the country  drumming support for Goodluck Jonathan was written and produced by Okposo.

The new album will be released by Zamar Entertainment and distributed by Ehbbiy  Ventures. It will be followed by an album unveiling concert and promotional tour of  African countries, Europe and America.

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