Bibles Up The Movement Introduces Ighteous

posted by Bibles Up The Movement on Tue, 04 Jul, 2017. Comments: • Views: 390

Anthony Evonlah aka Ighteous is a gospel dancehall artist who started an urban gospel movement back in High School (Presec) in 2011. His passion for spreading the gospel led him to partner with VIM hitmaker, Tresh in an afro-hiphop/dancehall duo called Counter Attack, a group that toured with Preachers on the Bibles Up School Tour and released hit songs such as Cool Chop, Oga God and One In A Million.

Ighteous has been off the scene for some time now focusing on academics in KNUST and after graduating with first class honors, he's back to build a solo dancehall project, explaining that the dancehall side of urban gospel needed more laborers.

He has assured that "Counter Attack is still very much alive and that fans should expect their new single "Guy Guy".

Ighteous is the new addition to Bibles Up The Movement, a collective formed and headed by multiple award winning urban gospel trio, Preachers. It consists of various associated artists mostly mentored by the trio. He officially joins fellow movement members Belac 360, Tresh and of course Preachers on the quest to drawing souls to the saving grace of Jesus through music.

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