TerryTheVoice enlists Afrobeats powerhouse Zlatan for the soul-stirring and enriching new single, 'Alhamdulillah'.

Independent Nigerian recording artist, TerryTheVoice, is back with his compelling new single, ‘Alhamdulillah,’ featuring fellow African stalwart Zlatan. This release reflects on their humble beginnings, the struggles with becoming a superstar and the spiritualistic elements guiding them through their trials and tribulations. ‘Alhamdulillah’ is not just a song; it’s a powerful narrative of gratitude, resilience, and divine intervention.


The creation of ‘Alhamdulillah’ began unexpectedly when TerryTheVoice’s producer, Jesse, shared a beat that deeply resonated with him. Recorded at a time when Terry felt enlightened, the track evolved significantly after a friend suggested a collaboration with Zlatan. The feature added a profound layer, transforming the song into a collaborative masterpiece. Backup singers enrich the track further, adding an emotional layer that’s sure to pull at your heartstrings.


TerryTheVoice, born Ugochukwu Terrence Odenigbo, is more than just a musician. With a history in radio and voice-over, he’s honed a distinctive ability to convey profound emotion through sound. After graduating from Godfrey Okoye University with a psychology degree, Terry’s journey from a university radio personality to a recording artist was swift and natural. His previous releases, including the whimsical debut single ‘Price on My Head’ and his stunning debut EP The Voice, have laid a strong foundation for him to have a thriving career.


Inspired by his personal experiences with faith, TerryTheVoice pours his heart and soul into ‘Alhamdulillah,’ capturing the essence of gratitude. With stunning storytelling and infectious rhythms, he creates a song alongside Zlatan that resonates with the listener, offering comfort and inspiration. As the creative continues to carve out his place in the industry, ‘Alhamdulillah’ stands as a testament to his unique artistry and his commitment to delivering soul-stirring music.

Listen to 'Alhamdulillah' now: