Rocktown Records Gospel act, Frank Edwards churns out with a more suitable worship sound named, “Ayamma.”
“Ayamma” is an Igbo unverified word used randomly for praises. Frank Edwards coming out with a song to bless our ears is what we have been waiting for.
On the worship number, Frank Edwards sings about how God answers all his question without wasting time, insisting He is a good God and the King of all kings. In the Gospel music industry, Frank is one idiosyncratic vocalist that does his things differently; he has been doing this for years and this is never new to how good he can be vocally.
Frank Edwards recent outing, “Ayamma” which was majorly recorded in Igbo and Pidgin Language is a fuse of Afro feel and a touch of slow pop, making it more captivating and emotional to our minds and soul – you will definitely love this one from the Rocktown Records pioneer.
Generally, this rhythm was plucked off his forthcoming studio project and it was seen after his 2020’s last ballad number, “No One Like You“, now he is ready for a new step with his official debut, “Ayamma.” The music video starring Blossom Chukwujekwu is also ready and available on for your eye party on social media video streaming giant, YouTube.
“Ayamma” has some catchy lyrics like:
“Jesus, imara mma eh, eze Jesus, ibu so’mma eh, ihe ikuru ka’igeme o, ayamma eh eh, ihe ikuru ka’igeme o, ayamma eh eh, okwa ihe ikuru ka’igeme o, ayamma eh eh, onyeoma mara mma eh, make i tell you something, biko je nu’m nti, this my God na helele, him name na agidigba, everyday he dey do me something, oya see me counting, i no fit count oh, because even if i have a million years, i no fit count, wetin you dey do for me oh, na because of me, they nailed you on the Cross, (this Love x3)”
Listen to “Ayamma” by Frank Edwards below.