Renowned vocalist Chidinma Ekile, who formerly pursued secular music and has now transitioned to gospel music, recently engaged in a conversation with Tofarati Ige from Punch Newspaper. During the interview, they explored various aspects of her career, including her shift from secular to gospel music. Ige inquired whether Chidinma wished she had made the transition to gospel music earlier in her career.
In response, Chidinma acknowledged, “Certainly, I do wish I had embraced this change earlier. Who knows where I would be today if I had embarked on this path earlier? Nevertheless, ultimately, everything has worked out for the best, and it happened at the right time.”
Chidinma delved into the challenges she encountered while navigating the shift from being a secular artist to embracing gospel music. With her extensive experience spanning over a decade in the music industry, Chidinma addressed how she has managed to maintain her consistency and relevance, a hurdle that numerous musicians encounter.
She attributed her enduring success to her commitment to growth and development. Chidinma emphasized the importance of staying true to one’s identity and embracing personal growth. Her musical journey has been characterized by a steadfast connection to her original self and a sense of comfort with the path that she believes God has chosen for her.
Chidinma expressed her contentment with her musical voyage and her dedication to further spreading the message of Jesus through her music.