Adaora will be taking the gospel music scene by storm very soon and will one day be recalled as the gospel artiste that was 'very inspirational with her songs and performance', 'brought down the presence of God', 'had a great voice range' and also her songs cutting across Africa and beyond.
Adaora is thrilled with the reception of her 'Papa' song, and she is excited about the new songs on her forthcoming projects.
A medicinal chemist / music director / mother, Adaora believes that singing is her God-given talent, but that ministry is her calling.
With her 'Papa' song she assures the listener that even when things seem difficult, God is standing by and things are going to be alright. Its also a song that reminds us that God is there waiting for us to come to Him.
'Papa', which was written in my bathroom in tears, and I think I poured out so much emotions into that song. In fact many of my fans say they listen to it when they are down to get their day going”, she said.
For over 15 years now doing music, Adoara thinks most Africans try to copy foreign music which doesn’t take them far. She recommends that we should always stick to our roots.
Adaora hopes to one day tour with Frank Edwards, Michael W. Smith and Don Moen.
“I believe that the fundamental reason for my existence is to praise and worship God. I don’t have anything against other kinds of genres once the words are not hateful and derogatory", she said.
"Simply, gospel music makes me fulfilled”, Adaora saying why she chose gospel music.
As she ministers through music, she hopes that her songs will continue to make a difference in people’s lives.
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