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#SelahFresh: Seme | More Than Enough


Displaying More Than Enough 2.jpgSeme refers to Philippians 4:19 “And my God will supply every need of yours according to his riches in glory in Christ Jesus” in this song “More Than Enough” to express that God is all we need, God is more than enough and there is nothing we will ask of him that he can not provide.

Just like every song in the Soft Rock Ballad Genre, Seme delivers “More Than A Enough” with an approach that would almost make anyone assume singing is extremely easy, Very Soulful and Brilliantly produced.

Download & Listen – More Than Enough


Seme, full name is Osemudiamen Geoffrey Esewe, a God lover who began singing at a very early age in the children’s choir.
He attained his primary education at University of Benin staff school‎, Benin City and obtained his secondary school certificate at Federal Government Academy, Suleja where he was Music club president and choir director taking numerous solos and other vocal presentations.

He graduated from University of Benin, Benin City and was sworn in as a medical doctor in 2013.
His passion for God and music has never wavered and he is currently the Vocal director and worship leader at Church Unusual, Church of ‎God Mission International, Benin City.

Seme’s vocal sound and live presence has often been likened to Israel Houghton, Don Moen and Fred Hammond all of whom are his mentors.
He looks forward to performing with Mary Mary, Israel Houghton, Don Moen, Hillsong, Anthony Evans, Tim Godfrey, Uche Agu, Nikki Laoye and Freke.

“More than Enough” was inspired by a period of questions and confusion where he realised that in everything Jesus would be with them that would trust him.


Twitter: @seme35

Instagram: @seme35 

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