Nigerian songstress Ayra Starr has credited her belief in God to the success she has recorded in her music career.
In a chat with Hip TV on Friday, February 17, the singer said God inspired her to showcase her talent, despite her reluctance to do so.
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“I just allowed God to manifest his grace through me. I use to model because I had to make little money for school but I always knew music was going to come,” she said.
Ayra Starr noted that divine intervention partly played a role in how she got signed to Mavins Records.
Narrating how she got noticed by Don Jazzy, she said:
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“The way music manifested, the way it came into my life was like if I had not believed in God, it wouldn’t have happened. I just posted a cover on Instagram that day but I didn’t want to post it.
“I was like it’s too ugly, it’s too emotional, I shouldn’t post it, and something kept telling me not to post it, but I posted it.
“It was not up to an hour, my record label boss saw the video and sent me a message like oh come to the studio – and here I am today.”