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Evangelist Adeyinka Alaseyori’s Life And Career In An Open Interview

Evangelist Adeyinka Alaseyori's Life And Career In An Open Interview

Evangelist Adeyinka Alaseyori’s Life And Career In An Open Interview

Evangelist Adeyinka Alaseyori’s Life And Career In An Open Interview

Adeyinka Alaseyori the wave-making Gospel singer, especially in the past few weeks following the controversial Oniduro Mi Saga with Tope Alabi. Not too long ago, she spoke to City People about her success story. Below are excerpts.

Tell us about your musical career. How did it start?

Good morning, afternoon, or evening from any part of the world you are reading from. To the question, Music started for me as a child, but there was no prospect to take it further as all I wanted to be was an Accountant. But words of prophecy have gone ahead of me. Up until I kicked off as a professional gospel music minister, I have been ministering in my local church and churches around my area, leading my local church choir to music concerts and gospel music fest

In 2011 I launched out through the help of God and my manager then but my husband now.

For how long have you been singing?

I started singing since I was 4-5 years old but professionally it’s been 10 years

What informs your kind of songs? How do you get inspiration?

My reverence for God informs my kind of music. I just want to worship God in my own words and express how deep I understand the love of God for mankind

Tell us about your growing up years. Where were you born?

Adeyinka Alaseyori’s Life And Career In An Open Interview

I was born at Ebute metta into the family of Mr A Adesioye and Mrs F Adesioye. I am the first child of my parent’s 4 children. As at the time of my birth, my parents didn’t agree on so many things so they separated but never remarried. I grew up with my grandma until many years later when they reconnected as the will of God for them and I can tell you that, their reconnection is the bedrock of all that I am with the help of God above their effort

I have always been a church girl from childhood. Church and school were all I had growing up, so both institutes formed most parts of my life.

Tell us about schooling, which schools did you attend and what courses?

I had my primary education at Holy Trinity Nursery and primary school Ebute Metta and my secondary education at Methodist Girls High School Sabo. I studied accountancy at Lagos State Polytechnic and National Open University respectively

How did you discover your musical talent?

Though I grew to love music as my mother always made provision for every new gospel music record in the house, but I think music for me is inbuilt and divine that didn’t require extra work to discover it. It has always been there and I expressed it daily growing up. I can practically say I am the last person to know I was going to become a music minister.  With the feedbacks I get now from people that knew me growing up; almost everyone else knew what I had in me and where I was headed. No one seems surprised that I am trailing this path of life.

 So what are your plans for 2021?

I am the girl without plans but God has greatly helped. Music is everything for me and if God approves, I intend to put out a new body of works this year (Most Especially Aye Ope Yo complete Album) and release videos of my last Album (Arojinle). With the help of God, I will be working on some new collaborations as well.

On a final note, I say thanks to all the Adeyinka Alaseyori extended family for their kindness, support, and unwavering love. I can feel it and I pray God rewards you all.

The PreacherMan

A God-kind Blogger, Evangelist, Song-writer, Teacher and Soul-Winner.

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