Speaking on the program, “Silverbird Today”, Luchi confirmed that he loves music because it is his life; he said, he used to be a round artist, but now he's a gospel singer.
Luchi pointed out that “Chaikamso”, which means, “Na God I Follow,” in Igbo, was the first gospel song he released and I made a video on it while the latest one was “I Am That I am”.
The talented artist also shared his experience of the transition from circle songs to gospel songs, the cause of his decision, the difference and the life after the change.
He said, “Right now I have to do God's will for my life. The Gospel fits better with my dreams. I've been running the track with gospel music, all these years, but in the end, I answered the call. Whatever Jesus did not do, I am not worthy to do it. '
‘Speaking of that now and then, I have to overcome myself. There were some clothes I wore, but I can't wear them anymore, and the language I speak. The Gospel life is real, '
‘When it comes to the gospel, it is about God. Anything that is not biblical, I should not do. Doing this work in the gospel field is not easy. There has to be a change when I sing, people have to see for themselves. "
Apart from music, Luchi said he has become involved in photography and teaching technology.
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