Meet the Icon is an interview series that features one gospel artist every week on where they get to tell us about their music career and experience and  some insider info about their personal lives. MacNuel Davids premieres the MEET THE ICON series. Find out from the excerpt below some questions you’d want to ask this amazing gospel music minister.

NameEmmanuel David
Stage NameMacNuel Davids
So tell us your story. Where did you grow up? What made you decide to become a gospel artist?I grew up in cross river state, spent the early years of my life with my grand mother so growing up wasn’t so juicy because she was so protective and I wasn’t like every other kid. Moved to Lagos when I was 10, move to Kano when I was 14.
I growing up, I discovered I had something that needed an expression. I tried to express it in the best possible ways but acting, dancing, comedy, Comperé, but all these couldn’t really express what i wanted and what I had to say, then I found the expression in music. I discovered I could sing when I use to attend Winners Student Fellowship. Although before then I did commercial music with a couple of friends and it wasn’t just my thing so immediately I tried gospel, all what I had been looking for was just waiting at the balcony waiting for me to reach it.
Do you ever make mistakes during music ministration/performances? How do you handle that?Oh yea! I do! A couple of times I get carried away with the rhythm of the music and Ministration  I forget my lines, even the lines to my song. I also remember I forgot the song   arrangement while ministering and just then I needed something to keep the Ministration going so just then an idea or a song would just come and the ride just goes on smoothly
Do you tour? Anything interesting happen on tour that you think our readers would enjoy hearing about?Yes! I have that on my To-Do List but in still have a lot on my table to clear up before that comes up! A lot of things are cooking already and when they all materialize, you’ll get the information ASAP
How do you find ways to promote your music? What works best for you?Imitation will always be the spring board to originality. I often times look at what’s trending and then tweak it a bit to suit my target audience. I haven’t gone commercial yet so I just stick to blogging and having the songs trend on media platforms and social media as well.
If you could perform anywhere and with any artists (Dead or Alive) where and who would it be with? Why?Tasha Cobbs at Hillsong Church, Micah Stampley at Potters House , Frank Edwards at The Experience, Lagos, Dare Art Alade at Music Feast , ASA Live in Concert, Johnny Drille, M.I, Djinee.
Do you have a manager or your prefer to manage your music yourself? How can one reach you if they would like to have you perform/minister at their program/event?I presently don’t have a manager. You can put me on a call; I check my schedules; get permission from my home church; and make some enquiries about your ministry and objective of the meeting; and, that’s it!
So, what’s next? Any new upcoming projects that you want to talk about?Yea… working on an Afro pop songs. It’s different from what I have on platforms. I know you’ll like it.
If you weren’t making music, what would you be doing?I would be doing marketing and Publicity for corporate firms and brand development also.
What should fans look forward to in the next couple of months, year or so?Just wait for the Banger!?
I’m making a lot of changes and add-ons to my as a brand. And it’s getting public very soon.
Would you like your Fans to know the next place you would be ministering? Venue, Date and TimeYea!
Join me at Night Of Glory with Pastor Olumese on the 4th Of May, 2018!
Amazing Grace Church, The Palace, Ibo Road/Abeokuta Road, Kano, Nigeria
Any Shout-outs?Hmmmm… None?

God no dey Fail –


Change things –

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