Gospel singer Divine Onyinyechi Ukaogo, popularly known as Divine is set to begin shoot of video for his new album titled “The way you love me”. Divine who studied English and Literature in Abia State University, said she has what it take to be among the top gospel artistes in Nigeria.
“My new music video ‘The way you love me’ is a love song dedicated to God. It is a song talking about God’s love to me. It could also pass as a wedding song,” she said, adding that she has always been into music right from childhood.
“I realized it was a calling and career path for me when I joined the choir; and there was no looking back. I started professionally in July 2013, when I released my first single titled “You are”.
“As of now I am experimenting with all genres of music, Pop, R&B, ballads, reggae. The video will be direct by Prince G-Next, the C.E.O of Black Gold Vision International and Black Gold Entertainment.”
She noted that working with Prince G-Next so far has been exciting. “He has challenged me to be a better gospel artist. His dedicating and passion to his craft is glaring, he goes beyond video directing and tries to understand the needs of the artiste.
“I am working hard to bring more great music and videos. I am under Rocktown music owned by Frank Edwards, under which I have released three singles, ‘Born to Win’, ‘It’s Yours’ and currently, ‘The way you love”, all produced by Frank Edwards.
I am shooting the video for ‘The way you love’. With regards to challenges so far, Divine said getting his music heard is basically the challenge. “But I am pushing by God’s grace. I want to also appreciate my fans and thank them for their support thus fans. They should expect great and uplifting music from me,” she enthused
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