I fear for the twist my future will bring – gospel singer, Miraclemore

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Emerging gospel singer, Miraclemore has seen his future as a place that will be filled with twists should his plans in music work accordingly.
Born, Agbiogwu Miracle, the young singer who also works as a voice coach said he has given most of his time in music to singing in church choirs/bands and as he is nearing his moment of entrant into the music industry, he is worried that people might not understand the angle he would be approaching gospel music.

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“I spent earliest stage of my live preaching in church programmes and singing in the choir. I have been a worship leader for years and still do my thing because it’s gift from God.
Soon, I will release my own songs which will be seen as something different from what I do every day in church and I just wonder what people will say when they do not understand the angle I am coming from” he said.
Miraclemore also stated that he is not going into circular music, but his kind of gospel might have a shift from the regular gospel music people sing every day in church because he wants to sing the way songs came to him.
“Formerly, I had bowed to criticisms and ended up doing the kind of songs I never enjoyed. Those days are over because I will start singing the way I see music and even though most producers I have come in contact with do not understand what I want them to do for me, I will keep searching till I find someone that will be able to play the sounds in my heart.
I will do my thing and still retain everything God has deposited in me because the kind of music I want to do will still be played in the church. So I’m not living the church for the streets” he added.
To back up his claims, Miraclemore is planning a praise programme at Dominion City Satellite Church, Nekede on 18th of October, 2014 with the theme as ‘Intimacy with God’.

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