Ike Ndolo

Ike Ndolo

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Ike Ndolo was born in Missouri after his parents moved to the United States from Nigeria. Inside Ike’s home rang hymns from his mother to songs of struggle and freedom from Bob Marley and the Wailers and everything in between.

This is where Ike’s love of music started to grow. In 2009, Ike released his first record, ‘We are the Beggars’ produced by songwriter and producer Robbie Seay. ‘We are the Beggars’ climbed to number 4 on the Christian iTunes charts.

Next, Ike released his second studio album Rivers in May of 2013. Recorded in Nashville and produced by Paul Mabury, Ike’s sophomore record is a grittier collection of soulful music. Showcasing Ike’s growth as a songwriter as well as his unique voice and delivery, Ike shares songs of sin, doubt, hope, and redemption.

Ike’s latest release ‘Make It Loud’ made available in April of 2014 is “…a song about hope in the midst of strife and discord. It’s a rallying cry for all people of good will to stand, fight and work for freedom for everyone everywhere. And as we sing for freedom, all of heaven sings with us.” – Ike Ndolo.