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.
“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:
“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.”