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One thing that makes life liveable is doing whatever you are doing well. She said after watching the video for Chukwunonso on Youtube she was able to key into what she saw in the video and, lo and behold, God answered her prayers. One thing I’ve noticed is that a lot of these ‘gospel’ musicians out there joined the fray, not because of what they can offer, but because they think gospel music is a sure way to line their pockets. Top Headlines Nigeria Entertainment. Which artistes have influenced you the most? You know, making gospel music is different from making secular music. My goal is to reach out to a lot of people.

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I want to be known as someone who can sing to people of any religion and make them remember God.

By the time you have this; people chhukwu recognise and identify with excellence will follow you. The truth of the matter is that most gospel musicians have not packaged themselves. This is the kind of impact I’m talking about.

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If you are frustrated and you listen to my music, my songs will give you hope. What do you think about gospel music in Nigeria?

Which artistes have influenced you the most? You shouldn’t write music outside the Bible. I started professionally in ; meaning [that] I’ve xhukwu in the industry for about four years.

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chukwu nonso by ema

I might be in the bathroom and get a line or lyric. My goal is to reach out to a chykwu of people. AllAfrica publishes around reports a day from more than news organizations and over other institutions and individualsrepresenting a diversity of positions on every topic.

One thing I’ve noticed is that a lot of these ‘gospel’ musicians out there joined the rma, not because of what they can offer, but because they think gospel music is a sure way to line their pockets. You know, making gospel music is different from making secular music. I feel obliged to share the good news with people.

chukwu nonso by ema

Locally, I like Chris Morgan. One thing that makes life liveable is doing whatever you are doing well. For most of them, once they realise that the genre does not pay, they switch back to doing secular music.

Frustration will lead you out.

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chukdu I was inspired by the Holy Ghost to write and we all know God works in mysterious ways. We need to confirm your email address. But I’m still doing gospel, nohso, for me, it is a responsibility. Sign up for free AllAfrica Newsletters Get the latest in African news delivered straight to your inbox.

How has the journey been and what are some of the challenges you have faced along the way? And when they see this excellence, they have no choice than to appreciate you.

chukwu nonso by ema

Yes, you can present your lyrics in a way people will understand but there should always be an element of God hy your sound. I’ll want to be remembered as someone whose music blessed a lot of people.

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For me, it is not about the music; it is about what you want to contribute to the society and the kingdom of God. They seem to forget that if you go into something God did not call you for you will surely fail. I call these kinds of artistes confused artistes, because they do not know what they want. In all, the challenge I constantly face is finance, because the process of making music – going to the studio, shooting videos and all that – is not npnso but it is God’s work and it must be done.

They emaa go where the money goes. Once gospel starts paying, they switch back again. Also, you cannot compare gospel artistes to secular musicians, as most gospel artistes, as Christians and religious people, cannot do what these other guys do to make money.

You eam, when you are faced with difficulties, you wonder if God has failed you. In this interview, the Imo State-born artiste discusses the challenges he has faced as a musician and what he thinks about gospel music in general.