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Host Cyrus Webb welcomes recording artist Adaora to Conversations LIVE to discuss her love of music and to introduce her single PAPA.
Host Deardra Shuler interviews Nigerian gospel singer, songwriter and performer Adaora. Based in Michigan, USA but originally from Nigeria, Adaora likes to describe her style of music as truly inspirational and diverse, resonating across various culture and ethnicity, particularly African. She believes that the fundamental reason for her existence is to praise and worship God. This conviction and the testimony of life experiences are translated into the songs that she writes.
Adaora started her music career at the age of seven in Nigeria as a chorister. She later joined a popular group (in Enugu, Nigeria) known as “The Psalmist,” in the late 90’s before relocating to the USA.
She recently completed her debut album titled “For His Worship,” a lifelong dream that was engendered as an invitation for true worshippers to engage in a spectacular encounter of God’s presence. With this album, Adaora wanted to present an experience of gospel music that reflects her individuality as well as her African roots. Songs on this album include “Papa”, “Lift him up”, “Bia o Bia o”, “Praise Till the Morning” and “Pillar that Holds My Life”. Currently, she is the music director at the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Mountain of the Lord Parish, Ypsilanti, Michigan, USA.
Adaora is happily married and blessed with two beautiful daughters.
Successful model Adaora Akubilo has landed one of the most coveted gigs in the modeling industry -- a spread in Sports Illustrated's annual swimsuit issue. The Connecticut native, of Nigerian descent, couldn't have been more deserving of the rare opportunity. After gracing the pages of Seventeen and Essence magazines, scoring campaigns with Garnier and Ambercrombie & Fitch, and appearing in multiple commercials for JC Penney and Macy's, it was only a matter of time that she added another accolade to her fashion scout badge of beauty. Tune in to hear about her journey, get some modeling tips, and find out what the college grad has lined up next!
Creating, healing, with focused intention, Adaora is the founder of "House of Adaornment" through which she produces healing herbal body care products, poetry, crochet jewelry and crowns.Adaora is currently conceptualizing the launch of a full-on line crochet clothing line for the colorfully inclined. Her earrings, thus far her most famous yarn creation, are lovingly created in the spirit of beauty and womanhood and acknowledging the brilliance of flowers, red clay earth, caterpillars, B-grrrls, diva's, and devas.
You can find Adaornment on facebook listed under pages as House of Adaornment. Or go to Cartfly.com/adaornment
Chiist University Radio presents "The African Women Economic Consortium" on Saturday may 14, 2011 at 2:00P.M. Join us as we discuss our journey toward meeting the mandate of our motto "Empowering Women to Empower Nations. " Our guests are Adaora Osimiri-Lewis, AWEC Vice President, and Chapter President for AWEC Clarkston Michigan, Clementine Cain, Regional Director for Southern States, and Christina Brown, interim president for AWEC Lawrenceville Chapter, State Director for the State of Georgia and Joe Byers, the originator of the Joe Dome Geothermal Buildings for The AWEC Village of Hope Project in Africa. Our host is Dr. Uwa Onyioha- Osimiri, Founder and CEO for AWEC. Call in number is 661-554-9110. You do not want to miss this exciting one hour!