Nigeria born and Republic of Ireland based gospel artiste, Liz Dayspring, is planning big for the celebration of her 10th anniversary on stage.
The songwriter and vocalist, aims to team up with her role models and leading gospel artistes, Tope Alabi and Sinach.
Talking about her 10th anniversary, Liz Dayspring said she would have loved to celebrate in a bigger way, to appreciate God and the people that have supported her over the years, but because of the coronavirus pandemic ravaging the world, the celebration will be done on a low key.
The singer also reveals plans to release a single from her forthcoming third album in the coming weeks.
Having two albums and over 30 songs to her credit, Dayspring talks about her love for music. She said;
“I started in the Sunday school at The Apostolic Church, my parents (Overseer/Deaconess M. O Anjorin) they both loved music too, my father was a choirmaster at the church for years & my mother a soprano singer. But my love for gospel music started in my teenage years. I was a member of a gospel group called Singspiration in my early days, where my fondness and interest for gospel music developed. Since then my love for gospel music grew,”