JyroGvo breaks down his artistry and what's next to come..
We love to discover new christian creatives and are so happy we had a chance to interview this artist. We asked JyroGvo a few short questions about his artistry and what to expect next. Here's what he had to say..
Every artist has a unique story. Can you tell us a little about yours?
"Initially, I used to dabble in music as a secular artist, but when I decided to take my faith seriously I then realized that God gave me a gift, and me using it to Glorify Him is my own gift to Him."..
Please tell us about your art. What do you do / make / create? How? Why? What’s the message or inspiration, what do you hope people take away from it?
"I’m armed with the mindset of a physician, making music capable of inspiring love, liberation and healing.."..
How or where can people see your work? How can people support your work?
"People can see my songs on all digital platforms like Spotify, Apple, Tidal, Deezer, YouTube music and others. People can support my work by mostly sharing my music with everyone they know and love. Working or collaborating with people who has enough resources is also a way of supporting my art, because with such resources we’ll be able to meet and touch lots of lives out there."..
When and why did you start playing/making music?
"I started music professionally in 2023, and I started doing that because I wanted to do more with my life, help out my mom as well, and also connect with people through my music."..
Tell us a little about your faith journey and how you came to give your life to Jesus?
"Basically, I grew up in a Christian home, just my mom and I actually. So there’s no day that goes by that my mom doesn’t remind me that everything I am is because of God, so my life is basically His, and it’s something that I never forget."..
What jobs have you done other than being an artist?
"I’ve worked as a social media manager, and store keeper, and a receptionist."..
How do you balance your music with other obligations - significant other, children, job etc? Are you full time music?
"I’m a student in school and also an artist. Trying to balance both has not been easy if I’m really going to be honest, but I always find/create time for both. I don’t joke with my education, and at the same time I don’t joke with my music career, and as the popular saying goes “there’s time for everything”. So I just do my best in trying to balance both."..
What advice would you give up and coming independent artists?
"My advice to them will be to always believe in their art and themselves. They should never let anyone tell them otherwise. We’re all unique in our own way. Consistency is also something they should take serious, because starting is one thing, and consistency is another."..
What can we expect next from you?
"More songs, more collaborations, more of everything good. 😹 It’s going to be something y’all have never seen before. "