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Banky W releases new song, ‘Final Say’ to celebrate his newborn baby


Nigerian singer, Bankole Wellington, better known as Banky W, has released a new song to celebrate fatherhood.

He took to his Instagram page to announce the release of his new single titled, ‘Final Say’, which talks about God’s work in his lives and how he showed himself to them.

”Who’s ready to dance with us?!?! “Final Say” is out NOW on all Music Streaming platforms,” he captioned the post.

Banky W recently took to social media to reveal the meaning of the name of his baby, Hazaiah.

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Taking to Instagram, the singer wrote that the name is a Hebrew one and it simply means God sees. He wrote;

Please read in full:

His name is Hazaiah Olusegun “Champ” Wellington
(we call him Zaiah, pronounced Zah-Yah, or Champ)
Hazaiah means God sees/God has seen in Hebrew. Olusegun means God has given victory in Yoruba. It captures our testimony regarding the journey towards his arrival; Zaiah is an answer to all of our prayers.

God had the Final Say. And I don’t know what you’re praying or hoping for… but I do know that God is still in the business of answering prayers, and if you can trust Him, and place your faith in the Giver, not in your preferred timing of His gift, nothing is impossible. If He could do this for us, please believe He can do anything for you.

The “Final Say” song & video premieres on Thursday, Feb 26th. The song was written by myself and @maytronomy, and produced by @cobhamsasuquo. The video was directed by @theoladayo and it stars my sunshine, @adesuaetomi, looking FIIIINE AS WINE while 6 months pregnant with Zaiah…who was born in January and turned out to be just as beautiful as his Momma is 😍😍😩😩❤❤

Our hearts are full. Our joy knows no bounds. And I pray that in these incredibly tough, dark and challenging times, our story, this song and video will put a smile on your face, a pep in your step and a glimmer of hope in your heart. Subscribe now, and tune in on Thursday.