Moses Bliss Biography; Gospel Musician and Song Writer

Moses Bliss is a well known gospel singer who has been trending for days now, as he recently announced his engagement to his Ghanaian London-based lawyer, Marie Wiseborn, and he also celebrated his 29th birthday on February 20.

Moses Bliss Uyoh Enang popularly known as Moses Bliss was born on 20 February 1995, who is now 29 years old, who is the founder of Spotlite Nation, a Nigerian record label, who has signed in a lot of gifted gospel singers and has indeed transformed the life of many.

Moses Bliss fame noised abroad after he sang the song ‘Too Faithful To Fail Me’ in 2019, although in January 2017, Moses Bliss released his first single in January 2017 titled “E No Dey Fall My Hand”, while in 2020, he won the Loveworld International Music and Arts Award (LIMA 2020) by Chris Oyakhilome for his song “You I Live for”.

Career Journey 

At an extremely tender age, Moses Bliss developed an interest in music. Already at the age of five, he was studying and performing musical instruments. Subsequently, he commenced attending the Believers’ Loveworld church choir.

The debut single “E No Dey Fall My Hand” marked the official beginning of Moses Bliss’s musical career in 2017.[6] He issued the single ‘Too Faithful’ in 2019 and ‘Bigger Everyday’ in 2020 as his subsequent releases.[7] “Too Faithful,” his debut studio album, was issued in May 2021. Among its thirteen tracks were “Taking Care,” “Perfection,” and “E No Dey Fall My Hand.” His subsequent studio album, entitled “More Than Music (Transcendent Worship),” was released in February 2023 and also consisted of thirteen compositions.[8]

Symphonyonic Distribution, a music distribution company based in Florida, United States, contracted him in October 2021.[9][10] He signed four artists to his record label, Spotlite Nation, in February 2023: Chizie, Festizie, Doris Joseph, and Grace Lokwa.

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