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Hannah Ola – Issokay @HannahOla

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Hannah Ola - Issokay

UK Based Gospel Music Minister Hannah Ola, an award-winning artist has released a new masterpiece titled “Issokay.”

“I have sat on this track for a while, waiting for the right time to drop it. It’s the title track in my latest body of work (a banging six-track EP) produced by SMJ of the Tim Godfrey Rox Nation stable,” she explained.

“I wrote it after receiving unexpected bad news about someone else which was threatening to impact me. Crazy thoughts came flying until out of nowhere I started singing the chorus you hear today.”

Issokay can be described as “Afro-pop with a hint of classic African highlife music”. Its a fresh sound that seems to be very popular with a certain age bracket, and youd love it!

Situations happen in life that can shake the foundation of deep faith.

Hannah Ola presents another life-giving uplifting faith boosting song to remind us that with God there is no reason to fear. Let’s stand strong, and refuse any invitation to wallow in sorrow – a

brighter tomorrow awaits us all in Jesus’ mighty name!

Let the lyrics of this song speak to you. Get encouraged if you have a troubling situation. Know that with God, everything Issokay! Everything is under the best control when submitted to God.

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LYRICS: Hannah Ola – Issokay

I refuse to be moved
Lord my life won’t be confused
Ibanuje gberu re (sadness flee)
Ekun ose gberu re (tears flee)
You are my God I will not fear

Why should I worry
When no one knows tomorrow o
Worry never solved anything
Worry never helped anybody o

My life
Is a beautiful testimony
This one life I’ve been given
I no go waste am lai lai

No one can do you
No one can be you
Do you
Be you
Show You
It doesn’t matter what they say

No today
No mean no tomorrow o
Wipe your tears no sorrow
I see a better tomorrow

Issokay
Ok
Isookay
L’oke (upwards)
Ok

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