"What I value most is my relationship with God, and after that, my family and friends. I aim to use my music ministry to spread the gospel and bring people to Christ".
So glad to meet another South East London RnB and Afro-swing artist today in an unusual way, his old style of melodies and harmonies convey a different message.
Zilla draws inspiration from the likes of Calledout Music, Yolanda Adams, Fred Hammond, Isabel Davies and 90's gospel choirs as well as others.
A couple of days ago, he released The Wave, a song produced by JBJProd featuring K.O.F.I and Septimus on streaming platforms. It stems from a series of good news he received while trying to take his walk with God seriously.
"I know people grinding for the same things I received but kept coming up short of success," said Zilla. "And I thought if all these people gave God a chance to get them there, to the place they wanted to be, they would see his true power. I want listeners to understand one thing, they should try God, and I guarantee their lives won't be the same".
You can check out The Wave by Zilla when you press the Spotify play button above.
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