Nigerian gospel singer, Tim Godfrey, has given an account of how he was able to convince Pastor Enoch Adeboye, the General Overseer of Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) to feature in his new song - 'Iyanu A Sele'.
The artiste said he was able to connect with Pastor Adeboye thanks to one of his children.
Godfrey made this known during a recent listening event for his new body of work.
He said, “When Daddy GO travels, it is countries that host him. How did God show us so much favour?
"If God asks you to take a step, please jump; so long as you heard from God.
"It was difficult but it was worth the ‘battle’ to get through to him. He is such an amazing father.
“I called my friend, Pastor Ayo, who is a member of RCCG. He was actually the (my) link to GO (Adeboye).
"He had even told me he was not sure it was going to work again.
"The final attempt I made was about two months ago.
"He told me to stay on the phone and he started calling different people. He called Pastor Leke (Adeboye’s son) and he said it was a good idea.
"Right then, I was given approval. The devil is tired of me when it comes to failure. He knows I never give up.”
Tim Godfrey, born Timothy Chukwudi, is best known for his song Nara in collaboration with American musician, Travis Greene.
He is the founder and owner of the record label Rox Nation, and also the Founder of Xtreme Crew.