Sinach, one of Africa’s most successful and inspirational musical exports, has told the BBC that people must be sure of who they are as they try to reach their dreams.
"I said the first thing as a person with a dream in your heart is to know who you are, because with the knowledge of who you are, you can understand the abilities that God has given you and be able to move ahead and be successful in everything you are doing."
The Nigerian singer is best known for her mega-hit Waymaker, which currently has 219 million Youtube views and has been translated into more than 50 languages and covered by many artists.
It became an anthem of comfort during the Covid pandemic and in 2020 was the most played song in US churches.
Sinach, whose full name is Osinachi Egbu, is in London promoting her new book, entitled I Know Who I Am, which is also the title of another of her hit songs.
She told us that she wrote the book in response to the numerous questions she is asked by fans about her journey and the ingredients of her success.
She also writes about the challenge of coming from a less developed country, money challenges, family, and the need for patience if things don’t happen as quickly as you think they should.
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