Today I have something special to share with you guys! As you probably already know, I have been taking voice lessons from Brian Nhira for about 4 years. Brian was on the voice and now he is producing his own music! Brian has become not only a vocal coach, as well as a friend of mine. This week I had my last voice lesson with him and wanted to share it as well as a Q&A we did for you guys down below.
When did you know that being an artist was your calling?
“Whenever I was in high school is when I started getting serious about music and songwriting.”
How did you know being an artist is what God called you to do?
“As I kept walking it out and taking opportunities that were given to me, it became more and more clear that this was something God wanted me to do. As I started writing, people started to really respond to my music. This journey is something I am constantly walking out and still realizing this is what God has called me to do.”
What is your proudest moment you have had so far in your career?
“Releasing “would you still love me” and seeing peoples response and identifying with my music has been my proudest moment. As a songwriter I think your biggest goal is to have people identify with your music.”
If you had to give a piece of advice to someone who wants to inspire others through music, like myself, what would it be?
“First and foremost you have to be yourself! In everything that you do make sure you aren’t doing it with the motive of trying to please people or trying to fit into a certain trend. Learn to really be yourself and put what is in your heart out to the world then let them accept it or not!”
What advice would you give to someone who you know is struggling or feeling hopeless?
“There is always hope, no matter what you are going through there is always a way out. There are people around you that want to be there for you so don’t make the mistake of shutting people out. Make sure you have good people around you as a community to build you up and ultimately you will be okay.”
Thank you Brian for following your dreams and continuing to make an impact.