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#SelahMusicVid: Paul Winners | Even In The Grave

Paul Winners, Even in the Grave

Paul Winners has released his new single as a remix of the original song released in 2019 and titled “Okun Gbohun Re”, but has called the new version “Even In The Grave”.

Produced by uber-talented producer, DaGenius, Pastor Paul expresses his gratitude to his Creator for always showing up.

Everybody has had such an experience. It is certain that there have been times when you probably felt like the world was going to end, but it didn’t because something miraculous happened and you were saved. You have certainly experienced this at least once or more. Gospel singer Paul Winners has too, and his experiences are where his latest single “Even In The Grave” comes from.

“Even in the grave, Jesus is the Lord. There is no God like our God,” says a line from the song that paints a picture of God being all-powerful and consistent, regardless of things that might seem like barriers to human beings. The song has been released alongside an official video that puts its story into super amazing visuals that will keep you hooked and in the mood to worship, even after it ends.

When asked about the idea behind the song, Paul Winners said:

“Death might look like the end to many people, but Jesus demonstrated that he has power over death by rising from it, as recorded in the Bible. My hope is that while you sing or hear this song, a consciousness will be awakened in you to remind you that as long as the grave could not stop Jesus, no power shall be able to stop your testimonies.”

The video was directed by Iyke Lawrence and appears to perfectly fit the modest tempo of the song.

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