Things You Don’t Know About Sinach


As a child, our well known gospel artist Sinach said she had countless dreams, where she saw herself ministering to large crowds, but didn’t actively pursue anything musical as a career besides joining the choir in her church, and also working as an administrative staff in her perish. Our beloved artist Sinach had written many songs before she released her first album, in 2008 which is ‘This Is Your Season’ which later won the Song of the Year award in 2008.

Asked on how she came up by her stage name Sinach, by her words she said: “I picked that from my name Osinachi on the grounds that it is not difficult to pronounce and appealing”.

Sinach was the essential beneficiary of the LIMA Song creator of the Decade Award in 2016 just by seeing her commitment to gospel music in the earlier decade. Her music were being sung in numerous nations, meant numerous dialects, around the world. That very year, she got the African Achievers’ Award for Global Excellence. Likewise that very year, for the second time in a row, she won the Western Africa Artist of the Year by Groove Awards in Kenya, and was recorded close by Top 100 Influential Christians in the country Nigeria.

As a song writer, our dearest Sinach has composed more than 200 song and won a few honors. In 2008 Her song ‘This Is Your Season’ won the Song of the Year grant.

Our Sinach has performed and featured shows in more than 50 countries including Kenya, Dominica, South Africa, United States, Canada, Antigua and Barbuda, Trinidad and Tobago, Jamaica, Grenada, Uganda, Zambia, Saint Maarten, the United Kingdom , The British Virgin Islands, India and Barbados. Sinach being invited in Uganda to perform on 15 April 2014

Her Song “Way Maker” has likewise stacked up numerous acknowledgment and grants since it was delivered in 2015. The visuals for Way Maker is at present the second most watched Nigerian music video on YouTube.In March 2019, it transformed into the third Nigerian video to get 100 million views on YouTube close to Davido’s “Fall” and Yemi Alade’s Johnny”. Way Maker has been covered by more than 60 Christian artists like Darlene Zschech, Michael W. Smith, Leeland, Bethel Music, and Mandisa and in various languages.In the initial not many long stretches of the Coronavirus pandemic and lockdown in 2020, Way Maker was the go to song, as a few viral recordings in emergency clinics, parks were made with huge numbers of people singing the song.

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