For Grace Idowu, budding gospel singer and songwriter, touching lives with her angelic voice has always been her passion. But beyond that, Idowu is driven by her God-given talent to keep inspiring people, particularly the young minds, who according to her are easily swayed by what they see and hear.
The contemporary singer, who started singing at the tender age of 11 in an interactive session with Tribuneonline said her music career got inspired by the likes of American gospel singer, Kierra Sheard and Nigeria’s gospel singer, Victoria Orenze.
With new music in the pipeline, Idowu said she would be storming the industry with a breath of fresh air as she plans to drop new projects anytime from now.
After emerging a recording artiste at the age of 17 when she wrote her first single, entitled Odogwu, which was released in 2018, Idowu, who is currently studying Music at Babcock University insisted that hers is a music that would touch hearts.
With her heart set on the global stage already, the young artiste has shared stage with some of the country’s top gospel singers and she believed her best was yet to come, pointing out that her angelic voice “will melt and touch hearts.”
While speaking on vision, the young singe disclosed that she wanted to focus on releasing relatable songs that would not only touch lives but also inspire people to live a purpose-driven life that is devoid of vices.
“I want to make universal songs that would appeal to every race, tribe and religion. I have been working hard on my craft despite the fact that I am still in school studying music. This has helped me to focus really on how I want to reach out to as many people I can with songs that they can understand and relate with,” she said.
Currently signed by an American-based management company, publishing and record label, Brand New Entertainment LLC and Brand New Records LLC, Idowu hinted that with a solid team set up by her management company and the grace of God, the journey to success was assured.Read Full Story