Christian artist, Ayaba releases new single – ‘These Things’

Ayaba explores the Nigerian British experience in the music she creates which is greatly influenced by the blend of cultures experienced growing up.

Her sound is considered to be soulful, deep and original. With inspiration from Yoruba folk music, neo-soul artists such as Jill Scott and more her sound create unique moments in which audiences connect with the stories told recreating the African storytelling art.

Her single titled ’These Things” is inspired by Philippians 4:8 which states,

“Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things.”

This bible verse is very dear to the songwriter and it was written to encourage the listener to think on the positive things which are edifying.

My social media handles are: 

Twitter: the_ayaba Ayaba (@the_ayaba) on Twitter

Instagram: the_ayaba Ayaba (@the_ayaba) • Instagram photos and videos 

Facebook: the_ayaba Ayaba 

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