Moses Bliss

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Born: February 20, 1995

Genre: Gospel, Contemporary Gospel, Worship, Praise

Instrument(s): Vocal

Label: Spotlite Nation

Spouse: Marie Wiseborn

Years Active: 2017 - Present

Moses Uyoh Enang (born February 20, 1995), aka Moses Bliss, is a Nigerian gospel singer, worship leader, and songwriter. He founded Spotlite Nation, a Nigerian record label. Bliss debuted with “E No Dey Fall My Hand” in January 2017 and came to fame with “Too Faithful” in 2019. Chris Oyakhilome presented him with the Loveworld International Music and Arts Award (LIMA 2020) for his song “You I Live For” in 2020. Bliss is married to Marie Wiseborn. Moses Bliss developed an interest in music from a young age. At the age of five, he was already learning and playing musical instruments. Later, he joined the choir at the Believers’ Loveworld Church.

Moses Bliss’ music career began officially in 2017 with the release of his debut track “E No Dey Fall My Hand”. He released the single ‘Too Faithful’ in 2019, followed by ‘Bigger Everyday’ in 2020. His debut album, “Too Faithful,” was released in May 2021 and had 13 tracks, including “Taking Care,” “Perfection,” and “E No Dey Fall My Hand.” In February 2023, he published his sophomore album, “More Than Music (Transcendent Worship”),” which included 13 tracks.

In October 2021, he was signed by “Symphonic Distribution,” a Florida-based music distribution organization. In February 2023, he introduced his record company, Spotlite Nation, and signed four artists: Chizie, Festizie, Doris Joseph, and Grace Lokwa.

In January 2024, Moses Bliss announced his engagement to Ghanaian lawyer Marie Wiseborn, located in London. Moses Bliss married Marie Wiseborn on March 3, 2024.

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