UK based singer Myco Chris who had his first show in Uganda last month, has released his ‘It’s gonna be alright’ video.
The artiste who turned from contemporary music to gospel said that,
‘No matter how big your situation is God has the ability to bring you to a good ending. Many a time when we are going through the fire, the enemy tries to lie to us that we are nothing, But blessed be the Name of the LORD cause through Him we are more than conquerors. Dare to believe through it all, cause surely “IT’S GONNA BE ALRIGHT”
In an exclusive interview with Chano8 a few months ago, the RnB singer said that the reason he changed to contemporary gospel music was because with age came wisdom and felt he had a calling to do something different from secular music.
He feels like a ‘Prophet’ who is all about teaching positivity and giving the right direction.
Have a look at the video below.
According to Music Uganda, a local music website, Myco began singing 15 years ago at St. Paul’s Cathedral Namirembe at the age of 9. At the age of 13, he broke out of the choir into secular mainstream music under Shanks ViviDee.
He joined a group called “Xtra Grim” which consisted of Chagga, Rutty Martin, Omwana Isaacs. Shanks was the overseer of the group what many would refer as the manager. Shanks was also their lead role-model in music at that time.
At the age of 17, he started his solo-career. He hit Sabrina’s pub and won a contest thus the title Mr. Sabrina which he held for a year.
After that, he went back to gospel music at Kansanga Miracle Centre. While there he formed a Boyz Gospel Crew which consisted of Luther T, Mathew Nabwiso, Paul Arshley, Kyobe Christopher just to mention but a few.