Peter Ihegie the UK-based Gospel music minister returns with another powerful single titled “DID I EVER LET YOU KNOW”.
This song came to me at a time I reflected on my life, remembering when I was young and growing up. Times, when I took safety and precautions for granted, was totally unaware of possible mishaps or danger.
Not knowing that God, in His grace and mercy, was always present behind the scenes of my life to protect and guide me, I made many choices and took wrong turns that came with consequences.
Still, God kept His eyes on me. This is a heartfelt song acknowledging God’s grace even when I didn’t know it was there.
Someone should be encouraged today, knowing that you are not alone. God’s eyes are on you.
Peter Ihegie is a singer, songwriter, and worship leader that is passionate about bringing worship to life through his powerful contemporary gospel music.
Promoting the worship of God, Peter relates to his own personal relationship with our Lord through his contemporary sounds and lyrics.
As a recording gospel artist, with the aim of making worship more accessible for everyone, Peter strives to spread his love of God and God’s teachings across the world through popular contemporary music as well as traditional praise and worship songs.
It has been Peter Ihegie’s passion to write and sing gospel songs for as long as he can remember.
Peter’s purpose is to serve God and to be a blessing to others. Coming from a family whose roots run deep in church ministry – his father was both church organist and choir director, his sisters double up as music ministers and pastors, and some of his brothers were musicians like himself, it was inevitable that music would be held dear to his heart.
Peter is a worship leader and songwriter who loves to express himself through the lyrics of his songs with the aim of stirring up listeners in their adoration of God.
By creating music and writing lyrics that can be appreciated by everyone, Peter creates music that is suitable for personal listening as well as for use in church worship.