A Million Thanks by Anumide | @anumidemusic | @BezaleelNG
When two become one in spirit, soul, style and in sound what you see and hear is Anumide; a brand name from ‘Anu’oluwapo and Olu’mide’ Odesanya. They grace the stage of the Marathon Messiah’s Praise annually. They are song writers, composers, singers, and co-founders of the Anumide Music Ltd; known for music production, promotion, training, content development and the Vocal craft. They had composed hundreds of tunes with verses from the Bible and recorded the popular song; Ipele to ga ju. They are both ordained ministers in the Redeemed Christian Church of God and also serve in the music department.
Anumide are the concept creators of the children programme on Dove television; Bible tunes Children Show with viewership across the world. Aunty Anu presents the children’s programme while Olumide co-presents the Minstrels TV Show on the same station.
They both obtained their first degrees from the University of Lagos and earned leadership and management training qualifications from other Institutions. They are blessed with two children. The Anumide are passionate about using their God given gifts and talents to advance the kingdom of God on earth to bless millions of lives.
About A Million Thanks.
In a time of prayer shortly after the Songs of Victory RCCG Congress, the words, ‘A Million Thanks’ were intensely felt in my heart like a burning spark of light, which kept glowing afterwards. I knew God wanted to share a song with the world through us with this title.
I took some time off to listen further to what the lyrics of the song would be. As I reminisce over the past days, weeks and months of the year, I realized that God indeed deserves all the thanks. The essence of the song, ‘A Million Thanks’ is to draw worshippers’ attention away from themselves and their present challenges while they focus on God in gratitude for what He has done and what He will do even as the year rolls by. The song also represents what God expects from us in seasons of our lives; thanksgiving. A line in the song says, ‘365 days are not enough to thank You’. Go on and keep on saying Thank You! Thank You!! Thank You!!!