GET FAMILIAR SEGMENT EP 2 :- JOSHUA BANJO(GOSPEL ARTIST)






Welcome to your Favourite blog feature segment, On Today episode we would be interviewing a fast-rising Gospel artist named Joshua Banjo. This interview will be done in anticipation of his new track “Show me your face” and for the people who would love to know him better . Kindly read up !!

1. A full biography about Yourself.

I'm Banjo Ayomide Joshua. I was born on of 1st January 1998 into a family of 3 an elder sister and a younger brother, with both my Parents as pastor in the Redeemed Christian Church of God. I Went to Vailant nursery and Primary School, Isolo for my nursery and primary education. I went to Holy Savior’s College, Isolo. By the grace of God I’m currently in my finals in the University of Lagos, Studying Philosophy.

2. Why You Ventured  Into music?
 Well I can't clearly state when I ventured into music, it has always been a part of me, as I child I always loved Ron Kenoly, Don Moen and Alvin Slaughter. I started music ministration in 2015. And then I move with my team (Team Dewpraise) proclaiming Jesus everywhere we go.



3. Why you picked Gospel over all genres of music
 Well, I didn't pick the Gospel, the gospel (Jesus) picked me. The message of Christ and the joy He brings was what I wanted to show forth through music. And I loved singing so it made it all easy so I choose gospel music, Worship is the food of gods, that’s why we feel wonderful anytime we worship and so it is expedient for us to know that we are made to worship Jesus, I just picked that up and ever since God has been faithful in His covenant towards me.

4. What people should expect from the song "Show Me Your Face"
 The song isn't a Song of Worship, it is a prayer because it was birth of a hunger and a desire to actually see God. It's a sincere prayer from the heart to see God's face and the song would push every listener to a deeper realm of unprecedented encounters with God, it is not just a song that would make you feel good. It's a song for those hungry for an encounter.



5. Who are your role model’s?
 Hmmm...Okay, they are a lot ,but to mention a few .My role models are Pastor E.A Adeboye, Pastor Jesukayode Banjo Pastor Dare Adeboye , Pastor Leke Adeboye, Pastor Ayorinde Adebello, Pastor Nathaniel Bassey, Tosin bee, Ernieola and Babz Carpenterz.

6. In the next 3 years where do you see yourself
 In next 3 years I see myself doing Greater things for God both local and International, I see myself proclaiming his message to everyone and confessing his love for us to all who have a listening hear and a beating heart..







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