Elijah The Worshiper’s World Class Winner Album Features 10 Different Musicians Around 10 Different Countries, Album To Be Unleashed On March 15th
The impulsive young patented. After his get go album, together with his team have managed to stand by set targets and positioning to work extra harder for traditional media mileage and maintaining their social media presence as measured by his constant growth–Elijah The Worshiper.
 As by management’s blueprints, Elijah The Worshiper is mandated to by annually release an album as have been done in the past years.
Rain in 2018, Psalms in 2019 and the most sorted after David Dance Album in 2020.
In accordance with the calved niche, Elijah has unleashed 15th March, 2021 as the official release date for  yet another world class, Spirit filled, master piece and vibrant Afrobeat Gospel album dubbed, “Winner” to amplify his #AfrobeatGospelAgenda. The expatriate who have been pushing an agenda thus making sure his releases are youth friendly and danceable at church related events. Again, is gassed up to thrill fans with his “Winner” album.
A 10 track album with many features world wide with the production credit going to the ever genius Nigeria’s Jessebeatz.
Featured artistes are: Empress Gifty (Ghana), Nancee Kyong (Nigeria), Choppenson (Ghana),
Beverly Hudson (Kenya), Saint Praiz (Nigeria), Mark Soul (Italy), Bouba Resistant (Mali), Mase Togobou (Togo) and
Bruce Moodjy (Côté D’Ivoire).
Signed on to dual music label, NKOGH Music and Jessebeatz Music Inc.(Nigeria).
Elijah The Worshiper has revealed that he’s looking forward to achieving a lot with his “WINNER ALBUM”. In view of that, much investments have been made into it so it could achieve such a height. All the 10 songs according to him, comes with animations aside the fact that management is looking forward to shooting videos for all the 10 songs.
Being always a step ahead, Elijah The Worshiper wants his Album to be  the first ever gospel album to beat secular albums and top charts globally. Winning all the awards it gets nominated for.
Story: Jay Smart