Rising Gospel Singer, Esi Nudze Releases New Song “XORLA”


Rising gospel artist, Esi Nudze has released a new song called “Xorla”, an Ewe word meaning “Saviour”.

The new song which is spreading rapidly on digital platforms is an afrobeat gospel song and is being blocked by young people as it falls within the contemporary style of gospel music.

Esi Nudze in an interview explained that “I am a contemporary gospel artist. This Xorla song is an Afrobeat Gospel song. My writing style does not generally fall into traditional church music. I like a mix. My singing style is actually Neosoul. I think it matches the texture of my voice perfectly. I didn’t choose this style, it’s just what comes naturally to me”.

On the new single “Xorla”, Esi Nudze said “I wrote this song in college and it means a lot to me. The lyrics say that my savior is alive. The Bible is about a man named Jesus who was born in modern Asia, but he was actually God in human flesh. God came to earth to lay down his life for us so that we could be free from sin, guilt, depression, disease and misery and have the very life of God. The Bible records that this same Jesus ascended into heaven and will soon return. My savior lives.”

In response to why she sings in Ewe, she said, “I have other songs written in English but I chose to write this song in Ewe because I believe it reflects my past and I think there is nothing more authentic than singing in your own language. ”.

She revealed that her passion for singing dates back to her high school days where she was part of the school choir and other singing groups. “Music runs through my veins. In fact, I also love to act, I participated in many plays on campus while I was at the University of Ghana, Legon,” she added.

On upcoming projects; she hinted “I plan to release a lot more Gospel songs and get into community and evangelism work.”

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