Minister Isabella Melodies, a Nigerian gospel singer working in the UK, has revealed the traditional characteristics any gospel hit-song ought to have.
The gifted vocalist, who was recently interviewed, provided in-depth insight into her path, her Christian faith, and the difficulties she faced in the rapidly changing music business.
She expressed the following when discussing her upbringing and entry into the music business: “My birth name is Isabella, which means “consecrated to God.” I have a background in psychology and am a worshipper, songwriter, psalmist, author, and mentor. I am blessed with four children and am married to the love of my life. Nigerian by birth, residing in the UK.
Isabella discussed the difficulties she faces working in the field and juggling her personal and professional obligations.
“I choose carefully where I spend my time and effort. Family and things with eternal significance are my top priorities”, the Omeriwo crooner declared.
“I’m not frightened to refuse something. My spouse and family are a strong support system for me, but most importantly, I completely and fully rely on the Holy Spirit for guidance and discernment. I make an effort to organize and plan ahead.
Every superstar throughout a variety of industries has marks of success, recognition, and honors. However, Isabella prioritizes and thinks God has already chosen her and validated her.
“In my opinion, as long as it is done transparently, with integrity, and excellence, there is nothing wrong with recognizing, encouraging, and honoring people for being a blessing. neither to extort ministers or as a popularity contest.
One of the most streamed gospel songs worldwide is her hit song “Omeriwo.”
The singer responded to the song’s effect by saying: “Omeri, which is Swahili for “he has conquered,” is a song of victory and the first single off my tenth album. It was born as a result of a period of intense consecration and is a powerful expression of the triumph we have in Jesus Christ.
“Omeriwo and other of my worship songs exude just that, in my opinion. Hit songs are songs that convey the life and breathe of God in a way that connects with the public.
Along with her music career, Isabella is the founder and executive director of two non-profit organizations: Ministry of Wifehood (MOW), which mentors wives, and Women of African Origin in Music Ministry, which supports, empowers, and encourages female music ministers in pursuing their vocation.