GOSPEL musician Cilmusic is gearing up to release a new single, Be Still which encourages people to have unwavering faith in God in the face of heaped trials.
Having survived very turbulent times, Cilmusic is using ‘Be Still’ recorded by Mystic Wave, and scheduled for release early next month to revive the hope of listeners who might have given up on life.
In a chat with Graphic Showbiz, Cilmusic-born Cecil Ocloo Worlanyo said he was driven to do Be Still to express his profound gratitude to God for giving him dumbfounding testimonies.
“We must understand that God is the solution to every problem in the world and that people should boldly seek Him. Sometimes, we are tempted to believe that our wisdom and resilience can get us what we chase but that is not always the case.
“There is something called grace that easily gives people access to the things we work so hard for,” he said.
On June 22, Cilmusic will be hosting the third edition of his annual concert, Gratitude 22 at the Garrison Congregation of the Church of Pentecost, Burma Camp in Accra.
“I believe that gratitude is a lifestyle and this is my way of expressing my appreciation to God. The previous editions were awesome and full of testimonies and I know this year’s edition will be fire,” he added.
Other artistes billed to perform at the concert are Patience Abbey, Calvis Hammond and Franky 5, and Burma Camp Rhema Voices.
Cilmusic, who started music in 2010 is married to Anastasia Ocloo, a trained teacher with the Vine Christian School.
He is a graduate of Valley View University and he is a worship leader at Church of Pentecost- Burma Camp.