“Why I Chose To Be A Musician” – Evang. Blessing Nwankwo

“If I Didn’t Become A Musician, I Would Have Been In The Cooking Business!” - A Nigerian Born Musician, Evangelist Blessing Ikechukwu Nwankwo a.k.a. Living Stone, revealed

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“If I Didn’t Become A Musician, I Would Have Been In The Cooking Business!” – A Nigerian Born Musician, Evangelist Blessing Ikechukwu Nwankwo a.k.a. Living Stone, revealed

In the wee hours of the day, a few days ago, the alanaija.com Interview team discovered a top musician whose voice is high in the music world but unheard in the marketplace, and we beam the light on her waiting for an interview session.

In today’s blog post, I wish to bring to your notice our interview session with Evangelist Blessing Ikechukwu Nwankwo a.k.a. Living Stone.

Hear what she told us about herself, her musical career, her family management pattern, and the fulfillment of the ministry on earth….

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alanaija.com: In just a few words, could you please introduce yourself

Evang. Blessing: Okay! My name is Evangelist Blessing Ikechukwu Nwankwo a.k.a. Living Stone

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alanaija.com:If you didn’t become a musician, what would you be doing right now?

Evang. Blessing: If I didn’t become a musician, I would have been in the cooking business.

alanaija.com: What do you feel is the best song you’ve ever released and why?

Evang. Blessing: My best song is “Jehovah na nu” because God is not deaf. He hears our prayers and He answers us in divers ways.

alanaija.com: What do you feel is the best song you’ve ever released and why?

Evang. Blessing: Music is my destiny. I am wired for music. When I was nine years old, the Lord visited me in my dream and deposited the Spirit of music into me and sent me into the world.

alanaija.com: What first got you into music?

Evang. Blessing: The Holy Spirit

alanaija.com: Who inspired you to make music?

Evang. Blessing: My music is liberating. It transmits life into dead situations.

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alanaija.com: How would you describe the music that you typically create? What is your creative process like?

Evang. Blessing: As I said before, it is a Spirit possession. He (The Holy Spirit) expresses Himself in any situation. Creation is anytime, anyhow; as long as I am in the Spirit.

alanaija.com: Who would you most like to collaborate with?

Evang. Blessing: I would like to collaborate with Chioma Jesus.

alanaija.com: If you could go open a show for any artist, who would it be?

Evang. Blessing: Chioma Jesus

alanaija.com: What is one message you would give to your fans?

Evang. Blessing: To my fans, I say, “Have faith in God, live and be controlled by the Spirit, you would find joy, contentment, and satisfaction in life.

>>>To DOWNLOAD Evangelist Blessing Nwankwo’s VIDEO, CLICK HERE!

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alanaija.com: What is the most useless talent you have?

Evang. Blessing: Ha ha haaa! I don’t have any useless talent.

alanaija.com: Do you sing in the shower? What song?

Evang. Blessing: Yes! My songs.

alanaija.com: What would you be doing right now, if it wasn’t for your music career?

Evang. Blessing: I would be in other businesses

alanaija.com: Where have you performed? What are your favourite and least favourite venues? Do you have any upcoming shows?

Evang. Blessing: I have ministered in crusade and churches across the globe. Yes, there are upcoming shows.

alanaija.com: How do you feel the internet has impacted the music business?

Evang. Blessing: The internet has really helped the music business indeed, by creating a system where the whole world can be reached with our messages. We stay in a location and effect everywhere. The internet has united the whole world together.

alanaija.com: What is your favourite song to perform?

Evang. Blessing: My favourite song is “Na who be this man, wey dey make tins happen”

alanaija.com: Which famous musicians do you admire?

Evang. Blessing: I admire Chioma Jesus, Paul Nwokocha, Chinyere Udoma, Gozie Okeke, and John Okah.

alanaija.com: What is the most trouble you’ve been given?

Evang. Blessing: Troubles are challenges. It depends on how you see it.

alanaija.com: If you could change anything about the music industry, what would it be?

Evang. Blessing: I would like all of us (Musicians) to come together in one accord and uplift one another.

alanaija.com: What next are we expecting from you?

Evang. Blessing: The world should be expecting my new album production.

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alanaija.com: How do you see Applesoft Publishing House, the publishers of alanaija.com, eLearnAfrik.com, and ShopDeyGo.com?

Evang. Blessing: I see Applesoft Publishing House (Trading as alanaija.com here) as a dynamic, creative, and innovative house, with the unique ability and strategic approach to ideas.

>>>To DOWNLOAD Evangelist Blessing Nwankwo’s VIDEO, CLICK HERE!

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