A fast-rising gospel star Minister Akinware Timilehin Ayorinde also known as Timmy Sax released a brand new single titled “Rántí Mi” produced by Engineer Shola Williams.
“Rántí Mi” a Yoruba titled track translate as “Remember Me” in the English language is a prophetic song composed under the lead of the Holy Spirit and a true-life story of the songwriter himself (Timmy Sax). Timmy Sax is a Psalmist, Songwriter, Composer, Saxophone Instructor and a Talented Gospel Singer. he has produced many albums and gospel hits in Folk Music and Tungba Contemporaries in the Nigeria Gospel Industry over the years, his upcoming singles are titled: – S’ohun ti mofe (do what I want) – prophetic praise medley – O mbe l’aye (he’s alive)
He is a native of Ekiti State and also a product of Tai Solarin College of Education where he obtain his Certificate on Industrial Chemistry. His role model is “Beejay Sax” a famous and talented artist in the Nigerian Gospel Music Industry.
In his word, his major purpose as a Musician is to proclaim the gospel truth, win Souls to the kingdom of God and encourage Christians not to give up in any situation of life, he further advised the upcoming gospel artist to be diligent, hardworking, prayerful and put God first in everything.
RANTIMI by Akinware Timilehin ayorinde (T sax)
Ranti mi ooo Olu orun ooo kigba mi to koja mi… ranti mi si rere. (x2)
Solo 1) Iwo to nimi, iwo t’odami alasepe ni o shashepe ise re laye mi (x2)
Ohun rere to yemi ye ogo re baba sefunmi, igba lonigba nka mase je kasiko mi ko koja mi. (x2)
2) Olorun atobiju, gbanigbani ti aye n saya, Igba mi dowo re bami too ko gun rege (x2)
latojo tan ti bimi, ni moti n feti gbo ileri asotele wolii oopo jaburata ti ko tii she (x2)
a mo mosimi le oruko re nitori ko si ohun ti oo leshe agbokanle mi ninu re jesu kristi ma joo ja sofo (x2)
3) Kirakita mi laye, lori ati dide ni, ere ti mo n sa niwipe, ki n jeniyan (x2)
Oshi lo n je tani mo e ri Owo lo nje mo ba e tan bowo bati de awon tan ti romipin won a somidoba
Oshi lo nje tani mo e ri Owo lo nje mo ba e tan b’iranlowo ba wole ebun inu mi o maa ja gbangba