Chidiebere F. Ijeomah Chi-Don as is popularly known, a Ghana-based Nigerian Artist who has succeeded in creating a world of music in a space where gospel and circular musicians are struggling to make a mark, He created a genre for himself. The C.E.O of God’s pop music took the bull by the horn, he signed as the first major artist of the label, in 2018 he released a single titled wonderful God, a tune that could pass for both gospel and pop music, This threw so much dust in the air as music lovers and DJ could not understand the rationale. In 2019 Chi-Don made a big hit with God’s Pop, a song that had a good feel from both the street and the Church. A mix of street life personal experience faith in God and culture. The visuals of the song were produced and released in Dubai. Chi-Don is inspired by his 14 years of hustle in the street of Tema out of which was seven years of sickness. In an interview with Pulse, he said “When I remembered how I struggled on the streets in Ghana for fourteen (14) years and how far God has brought me, I decided to do a song talk about the caring and loving nature of God and how He takes care of his children.” A lyrical blend of Igbo language and Pidgin English can’t just take the banger off the heart of music fans. Chi-Don is set to hit our screen with a brand new banger Big Ogaranya (his fourth in two years., Produced by Master Garzy the mix guru. A song that carries both Christians, Muslims, streets, co-operate persons. old and the young, in fact, everyone has a take-home from the song, either in lyrics or beat. Big Ogaranya is set to hit the streets, churches, clubs, and cars in January 2021. Chi-Don’s management in an interview confirmed a possible remix version with Phyno and another big name which he chooses to keep private. He also hinted that a Nollywood director has been contracted for a video shoot that will feature actors and actresses from both Ghana and Nigeria who can interpret the song into pictures. “This is the story of my life, this is my film, this is my history in a song, and this is my biography delivered in a song of 4 mins Chi-Don reviled. As an African proverb goes, “The Antelope meat is sweet but while we await the cooking we can enjoy some peanut”. While we await the official release here is a teaser for your enjoyment.


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