This time, he collaborates with music heavyweights Obiwon and Gospel According to Rap [GA2R] in a tune titled “Lost But Found.”
Produced by ace beat maker, Phat E, “Lost But Found” was inspired by the book of Luke, chapter 15.
He is a Christian rap act who was part of a very popular Christian Hip Hop [CHH] group, Pro-J-Tribe, consisting of three vibrant men with a number of accolades to their credit. They were the toast of Gospel music lovers on campuses in A.B.U, Zaria and around Kaduna State, Nigeria between the late 90′s and early 2000.
G-Pomps went on a music hiatus after his university education. He returned in August 2013 with three singles.
The first track titled ‘The Love Song’, was inspired by the Biblical book, Songs of Solomon. It features the velvety vocals of Cute Sagay and was produced by Phat E.
Mix Master J produced and sang the hook in the second song titled ‘Atewo‘, a commingle of Nigerian rhythm and Hip Hop.
G-Pomps raps about his total reliance and trust in God in the third track aptly titled ‘Confidence’ featuring Lean Brown. Produced by Phat E, ‘Confidence’ is an Afro/Hip Hop joint inspired by Psalm 23. Akin Alabi, a renowned cinematographer, directed the visuals.
Now, this trained Engineer has released a spanking new single titled ‘Lost But Found’, another impressive Afro/Hip Hop tune featuring music heavyweights Obiwon & Gospel According to Rap [GA2R]. Phat E produced the track.
His debut album is in the works.
G-Pomps is happily married with a kid.
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