Breaking the silence with his first ever single is Moses Nuhu, A.K.A. “Mawziz”. The gospel jazz minister in this awesome worship adores God as the Ultimate by recounting Genesis chapter one; the creation of everything. He also registers that it’s in our darkness that God’s light is revealed; in our downs, his ‘godism’ is expressed as the Alpha and Omega.
Speaking on the song he states: ‘the song was borne outta my study of Genesis chapter one and the first verse of the song tries to relate the ability of God to make everything beautiful even when it seems hopeless.’
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The November born gospel jazz singer hails from Otutulu-Iyale in Dekina Local Government Area of Kogi state. His the 8th child of 10 children born to Rtd S/Sgt. & Mrs. Nuhu Acheneje.
Moses Odekina Nuhu discovered his singing passion at the age of six and was a praise leader in his Sunday School classes while growing up in Bauchi state, his place of birth. He started singing before his then church congregation at the age of twelve and took up the ministry seriously when he joined House of Praise, a fellowship choir when he was pursuing his first degree in Kogi State University, Anyigba. He’s been on competitions like Bezaleel, Kano and Rising Stars, Abuja. He’s shared stage with the likes of Azu Ekiye, Prospa Ochimana, Noella, Chris Ade, E-Daniels, EmmyKokz and a host of other artists.
He listens to more of Kim Burrell, The Tribbette, Travis Greene, Jonathan McReynolds, Adele, Beyonce, Pollard Kourtney (Mali Music), J Moss and James Fortune as his Western likes and Eben, Cobhams Asuquo, Tim Godfrey, Timi Dakolo, Waje, Asa, Fredrick Akoh and Frank Edwards as his African arts.
He’s versatile in dancing, writing and cooking (amidst others). He has performed some of his songs on stage like “Esè”, “Highest Praise”, “Amazing” and “Arise, Woman”…which have really received great acceptance, but he has just “God Alone” as his first ever single__an adoration song to the only God there is and ever would be. In a nutshell, Moses had his primary and secondary education in Bauchi and a BSc. in Mass Communication. He’s based in Kano and the music director of Ablaze under The PottersTouch Ministry Worldwide, Kano.
His philosophy about music is “if your singing is not a blessing to you, then it’s no music at all. Working the work makes the work well.”
Jade green is his favourite colour and he confesses to having no favourite meal. He loves swimming as a sport.