I started singing in “Glory Christian Center- Apapa” at the age of 10. Before I joined the choir, I would go home every Sunday from church and mime songs just like the worship leader who sang in church. I just remember being drawn to the choir and would refuse to stay in the teenage class because I wanted to watch and listen to the choir. The gift was there but I also found the passion and love for music from listening to the church choir. I later moved on to the Redeemed Christian Church of God (Revelation Sanctuary- Ikotun, Lagos) where I met my best friend (Regina Agbaje) who pushed me even further by playing the guitar for me and listening to me practice.
Growing up in a church like “Glory Christian Center” that loved and appreciated music/worship, made me understand the power of music. Also, when I was younger, my father would always preach about the man who gave his servants talents. While some worked to multiply the talent, one sat and did nothing with his but buried it (Matthew 25:14-30). The minute I became aware of my gift, I became afraid of being the servant who would bury her gift. All I ever knew growing up was how to love, serve and appreciate God through music.
I have not personally experienced any challenges with being a gospel artist. Being able to affect people through music alone is very satisfying for me.
I write songs then outside of music, I am a specially trained hair stylist/maker, I cook very well and I’m skilled in crotchet/knitting outfits and other items.
I like honesty and empathy in peopleI dislike dishonesty
Singing and making music makes me very fulfilled. Being chosen by God to minister his faithfulness through music is satisfying. Being able to affect people through music is mind blowing I must say.Outside of music, the work that I do is also one that gives me so much self-satisfaction from advocating for individuals with developmental disabilities to providing counselling.