I.O.C Walter II to unveil ‘Water Album’ with mega concert | @IOCWALTERII

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Gospel music minister cum singer Chukwukah Walter Okezie I. also popularly known as I.O.C Walter II is set to release his maiden album on Saturday March 21, 2015 in Owerri.
According to the singer who is also a pianist, the album will be unveiled in a star studded mega gospel music concert to show the class he is coming with.

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I.O.C Walter II who self-produced the 14 track album said the album touches every angle of gospel music with rock, dance, Igbo traditional tracks as well as hip-hop. He added that the versatility of the album makes it an everyman’s album which every lover of good gospel music cannot afford not to have.
“It is a thirteen track album with a bonus track dedicated to members of Christ Embassy worldwide, which makes it fourteen. The album cuts across all genres of gospel music which is a good reason for everyone to have it”, he said.
Speaking further on the title of the album which is ‘Water’, I.O.C Walter II said he chose the name because of what he believes water could do. He said, “The album does a lot of things to you when you’re listening to it. It touches you emotionally and also ministers to you spiritually. There was nothing best I could do than to describe the album but as “water”.
Water refreshes your soul, energizes you, cools you and can also heat you up. This album will do all these things and Water is a perfect name for it”.
The album unveiling concert which will be taking place on Saturday March 21, 2015 at Lamonde Guest House, Orlu Road, Owerri will have gospel music power house like Tonnel Avo, Buchi, Adesoji Joseph, Mark T, Ijay, Bossman, Christ Embassy Choir and others in attendance and performing.
He also revealed that the event will be kicking off with red carpet by 3:00pm

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