Sinach On Love, Life and Jesus Christ

Sinach interview on Christian Premier Radio

Sinach has had an incredible journey from a local church singer to international gospel superstar. The multi-award winner has over 200 songs to her name and is responsible for such hits such as ‘I know who I am’ and ‘WayMaker’. Her song ‘This Is Your Season’ won the Song of the Year award in 2008. Sinach’s music has been performed in churches all over the world.

With all this success, comes great responsibility. Creating uplifting and moving music for millions of fans around the word can take its toll. As a mega star, striking the perfect balance between stardom and spirituality is challenging to say the least.  In an intimate one on interview, Damilola Okeke, of Premier Christian Radio, sat down with Gospel superstar Sinach, and discussed the nitty gritty issues of love, life and her relationship with Jesus Christ.

Before Sinach rose to be one of Nigeria’s mega gospel stars, she was serving in the church. Her music was mostly shared within community. When asked on how she felt before her rise to fame, Sinach said she was grateful as a servant of the church and simply felt “content” to share her music on the platform of the church.

“When you’re content with where God has placed you, he gives you more”

Sinach went on to express how she has dealt with success by not being anxious and enjoying every point in the journey of her success.
These were some great life lessons that the starlet has learned, and she has her close-knit family to thank for that.

“I have learned to trust God, how to move, not to move ahead of him, because when you move ahead of him you are going to get into trouble”

That’s not all she got to thank her family for. A lot of her musical inspiration came from the home. Her father would often play Anita Baker, Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston and many others. When Sinach met Pastor Chris however, her musical direction took quite a turn.  Sinach recalled a sermon by Pastor Chris about the holy spirit and salvation and said:

“Not only did I get born again, I got filled with the holy spirit…on the same day”.

Since that life-changing sermon, Sinach turned into the woman we know today, a Gospel superstar.

For the full interview, click on the link below.
https://www.premierchristianradio.com/Shows/Saturday/The-Profile/Episodes/Chick-Yuill-Sinach2

New Track By Melo

Up and coming gospel artist Melo, is out with a new a hot new track entitled ‘Shakara’.

The new single ‘Shakara’ ft Cliff M is the first one off the brand-new album entitled ‘Light’. The album’s Afro-pop infused inspirational tunes celebrate the gift of life. These vibrant and energetic melodies are guaranteed to get you moving, dancing and praying!

Born and raised in Johannesburg South Africa, this sugary pop sensation combines a unique blend of Afro-pop beats and gospel melodies, giving her catchy tunes a soulful and spiritual touch.
In her latest track, Melo praises Jesus, claiming that “everywhere I go, I go with you power Jesus”. The song acknowledges his presence everywhere.

The word Shakara is a Pidgin word for ‘having swag’.

The beat filled song talks about feeling good or having ‘swag’ for the Lord. It’s about loving Jesus, loving yourself and loving life.
“The idea of the video is to show exactly that, incorporating style, feeling good and a vibrant colorful vibe.”

Melo, got her big break with her debut music video ‘‘Dance for You’. Produced by Kwame Nkrumah and Peter Tobe, the young arist blew us away for the very first time in the very colorful video. The words “He is my all” echoes throughout the song and her signature style of inspirational jam meets club hit can be felt from the first moment.

The hit drew heaps of attention, immediately putting Melo on the map. The South African gospel pop scene is bursting with new talent, and this can surely be seen with the rise this fresh new voice. Melo sure does stand out.

The artist has since amassed an increasing fan-base and is quickly becoming one of the leading young artists in this ever-growing genre. You can catch her at a bunch of upcoming performances on both locally and internationally such as South Africa (her hometown), Nigeria and Botswana. She has performed in festivals, churches and awards shows around Africa.
Find her on online such at iTunes, Google Play Music, and Sound cloud.

Check out her latest video “Shakara’ ft Cliff M in the link below

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G4lqZr3XYVM

Na So – New Track By Wyllz

The Nigerian sensation and gospel minister is rocking the airwaves once again with another uplifting beat. The baritone bass filled superstar is famous for his inspirational and moving soft rock melodies.

Wyllz, also known as Utibe Abasi Williams, connects with God through his music as he preaches the words “I see your hand in everything I do”,  expressing his total devotion to the almighty and acknowledges that he is all seeing and all doing.”

“Let me try to count your many blessings, one by one, one by one”

Wyllz continues to express his gratitude to Jesus Christ by expressing how hard it is for him to count the many blessings in his life. The multi-talented musician is indeed blessed as this massive hit follows the huge success of his first two singles ‘Ibuchukwu’ and ‘Utibe Ima’, these songs were a staple of the local airwaves for quite some time.

The song’s music video is also a visual treat with a beautiful night shot of the buzzing city lights. Inspirational graffiti style phrases burst and explode upon the everchanging multi colored brick wall. Wyllz himself appears standing in front of the wall as calls out the inspirational texts.

The images then merge as the city lights appear in a silhouette of the great artist. “I see your hand in everything”. This emphasizes the great impact the Lord has in his life, as well as the Lord’s presence in all aspects of life.

The imagery is truly beautiful and a powerful testament to the impact and presence of the Lord Jesus Christ. It can be felt everywhere. This is the powerful message that song echoes.
The song has a very different feel to his last songs. Ibuchukwu, his previous hit was a soft and soulful ballade, unlike Na So which has a more rock feel to it.

The video also differs greatly from his Ibuchukwu hit, having a more traditional look to it. “Na So seems to celebrate city life while Ibuchukwu took us to the county side with its green pastures and colorful traditional dresses.
This is just a testament to Wyllz very versatile nature and great skills, showing us that he can switch it up with different styles, both musically and visually.

The song was produced by none other than music genius and pioneer of the Afrobeat music genre, King Baseda.

The CEO of Final Mix has over 20 years in the ‘biz’ and has worked with a whole host of Nigeria’s favorite artists such as DBrown, Venom and Effjay and of course many more.

To check out the new rock gospel hit, click the link below