|Birth name||Timothy Chukwudi Godfrey|
|Also known as||Fearless|
|Born||August 26, 1979|
|Years active||2003 till date|
|Associated acts||Nathaniel Bassey, Frank Edwards, Lara George|
Tim Godfrey is a Nigerian gospel singer. He is best known for his song Nara in collaboration with Travis Greene. He is the founder and owner of the record label and also the Founder of Xtreme Crew.
Timothy Chukwudi Godfrey was born on the 26th day of August in the year 1979 to the Family of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Godfrey in Kaduna, Nigeria. He is the second born of his parents that has six (6) children. He had his primary education in Kaduna Nigeria, although he hails from Abia State. He got a Doctorate degree in Fine Art and Musicology at the Trinity International University of Ambassadors, Georgia, USA in 2018.
2014 - 2017
|1||Na You be God||2014|
|6||The Audience of One|
|21||Bless The Lord|
2017 - 2019
|2||Naija War Medley|
|7||On My Way|
|11||Jo Ti E|
|18||Onaga (It's Working)|
Awards and nominations
- BEFFTA Award UK – 2011
- Best Artiste of the year nominee at the Future Awards – 2012
- NEA Award U.S.A. for the Best Gospel Artist/Group of the year – 2012
- Nine nominations at the Crystal Award – 2015
- Eight nominations at the Africa Gospel Awards (AGAFEST) – 2018
- Male Artists of Excellence at Africa Gospel and Media Awards (AGAMA) – 2019
- Tim Godfrey and The Xtreme Crew bagged the Musical Group of Excellence award at the Africa Gospel and Media Awards (AGAMA) – 2019
- Male African Artiste of the Year at the GTMA Awards – 2019
- Songs of Excellence award at the Africa Gospel and Media Awards (AGAMA) – 2019
- Male artiste of the year at Africa Gospel Awards (AGAFEST) – 2019
- Best International Artist nominee at the Premier Gospel Awards – 2019
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