Moses Bliss (born 20 February 1995) also known as Moss-B, is a Nigerian-born gospel singer and songwriter. He is best known for his gospel hit song “Too Faithful“ and “Bigger Every Day” which announced his arrival into the music industry. He hails from Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria.
Early Life and Career
Moses Bliss was born on February 20, 1995 in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria where he hails from. He was raised by his parents who are devoted Christians. Moses Bliss is an Ibibio by origin.
Moss-B as he is fondly called started and completed his primary and secondary education in reputable institution in Nigeria.
Upon obtaining his First School Leaving Certificate and Senior Secondary School Certificate, he proceeded to National Open University of Nigeria for his tertiary education.
Moses Bliss has been making good music since 2017. Some of his songs are “E No Dey Fall My Hand”, Moses Bliss Bigger Everyday and other spirit-filled songs that gained massive streams on digital platforms.
In his music career, he has been opportune to perform on the same stage with top gospel stars including Sonnie Badu, Sinach, Buchi, Samsong, Tim Godfrey and Joe Praise.
Wife and Children
Moses Bliss is currently married to his lovely wife, but has not disclose the name of his wife. Their union is blessed with a son who is their only child for now.
Moses Bliss’ net worth as of 2022 is estimated at around $500, 000 – $1 million.
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