The 19-year-old says that many people are doing music professionally, but with self-interests attached and not true passion, which she thinks, should not be the case with gospel music.
“Many people are in the industry to earn a living. Yes, talent will help us earn a living, but it’s also important to make music that will positively influence people’s lives.
In gospel music, we want to spiritually uplift people, which is obviously not the case with secular music.
People should know that for gospel music to go to another level there should be a stimulating power behind each song,” she said.
Last year, the young artiste released a commemoration song dubbed Umucyo.