A OMOBA is a gospel musician of repute and high integrity. He hails from a royal family in Ilesa, Osun State in Nigeria. He is a self-taught keyboardist who started composing songs at a very tender age.
PSA is the one who revolutionized gospel music in Nigeria by blending various genres of music – like apala, highlife, succoss, fuji, eyo chant, afro beat, dadakuada, classicals, worship, acapella, funk, jazz, rap, hip pop, french, salsa e.t.c. to form a rich and danceable style thereby breaking such barriers as of age, status, belief and race.
His latest single “My All You Are” according to him was written during a prayer and fasting season of his church (RCCG). “I had a powerful encounter with God in that memorable period which birthed this song”, PSA said.
We are created to fellowship, praise and worship the most high (Isaiah 43 vs 21). In all situations, trust in Him, declare and say you are my everything, you are my portion (Psalm 119 vs 57), my all you are.
“A part of a well known chorus (Oh Lord you have been so good…) written by an unknown composer (public domain) was infused into this composition. It’s a powerful chorus I love so much. He is indeed a good God in all situation and he deserves our worship” – PSA Omoba
He has been director of music in various churches in Nigeria and in the U.K. A song writer, producer and arranger of note and high integrity, PSA OMOBA is a role model who is determined to be an institution that will continue to bless his generation.
He is United Kingdom based, performing with his band in churches and Christian parties in town, cities in other parts of the world. He also organized a yearly concert which attracts multitude to the glory of God
He is very creative. Coming from a humble background and toiling day and night. He has paid many a prize in his determination to impact his generation positively.
PSA’s main goal is to lead people into God’s presence through song.
He has released many albums and singles to his credit
PSA OMOBA has bagged a series of awards (National and International) to the glory of God