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Artist Interview: Mena

Tell us about yourself and your music

Mena is a gospel music minister based in Abuja Nigeria. My Music is characterized by strong vocal delivery,passionate appeal and distinctive sound.

Talk to us more about your latest release

My new realease MIGHTY GOD describes how Great and Majestic God is,Hence you hear words like,you divide the flames of Fire, Your voice is a thousand thunder.



What inspired you to write this release?

My inspiration came from a message I heard in church,so I just wanted to talk of how powerful. Mighty and how great God is.

Any plans to release a video?

Yes but not at the moment.



Any plans to hit the road?

The tour would be at the end of the year,in different cities in Nigeria.

As an indie artist, how do you brand yourself and your music to stand out from the rest of the artists out there?

My brand is characterized by strong vocal and traditional delivery fused with good instrumentation.

Who have you been listening to lately?

I listen to lots of people,I do not restrict myself to a perticular genre,Boyz ii men has been a great influnce in my music,kirk franklin,Brian Mcknight,Asu Ekiye

Tell us about your passions

I’m a business man,I studied economics in the university so I’m business oriented

What else is happening next in your world?

Would be dropping a great tune soonest

Thanks for an awesome interview, Kenny!



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