[Music + Video] Nothing Else – Ayiba

[Music + Video] Nothing Else – Ayiba

Nothing Else – Ayiba
11 years in the wake of recording her introduction EP, Ayiba, a Nigerian conceived Singer and love pioneer, discharges another melody of love, 'Nothing Else'.

A melody she would like to cause an expanding influence of love the world over,

"I need to travel from being a performing craftsman to recording craftsman as God moves me with his promise and life by and large. I accept this tune will trigger love anyplace, and this is my Assignment", she says.

Nothing Else is a melody of love and dedication motivated by Lamentations 3:24-26. It catches the undeniable supreme of Jesus Christ being the sole any desire for greatness (Salvation, reclamation, help, great and interminable life)

A prescribed expansion to your playlist, Nothing Else is a confidence gloat, an expectation rekindler, and a love trigger.

The verses are perfectly laid upon deep music delivered by Sunny Pee, Video coordinated by Awaji Tono Etex (TGX).

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BIOGRAPHY
With an energy for greatness and request, Ayiba's style and vocals make an obvious nearness that incites one significant reaction; WORSHIP.

Impacted by interesting and ground-breaking Vocalists like Toni Braxton, Juanita Bynum, Maranda Curtis, Anita Wilson, Ayiba's rich heartfelt singing coordinated by solid blessing sharpened by numerous long periods of administration and otherworldly control is consistently great.

Experiencing childhood in Port Harcourt and Yenagoa, Ayiba has constructed a legacy of Musical Service. From singing in the ensemble as a youngster, to being a Music executive for more than 15 years, to rendering the Nigerian National Anthem in state capacities, to helping to establish mass ensembles to turning into a decision looked for after Worship Leader and strikingly getting hitched to the unbelievable Afy Douglas (Singer SongWriter, Worship Leader and Coach) known for writing the mainstream religious tune "Deliverer".

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