Mercy Chinwo

Mercy Chinwo

About Mercy Chinwo

Mercy Chinwo is a Nigerian gospel singer, songwriter, and actress. She was born on September 5, 1990, in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria. She is known for her unique vocal range and her ability to connect with her audience through her music.

Mercy Chinwo started her music career as a backup singer for other gospel artists before she was discovered by the Nigerian music industry. In 2012, she emerged as the winner of the Nigerian Idol Season 2, which gave her a platform to showcase her talent to a wider audience.

In 2017, Mercy Chinwo released her debut single "Testimony," which was received with critical acclaim. The song was followed by her debut album "The Cross: My Gaze" in 2018, which contained hit tracks such as "Excess Love," "Bor Ekom," and "Omekannaya."

Her second album, "Satisfied," was released in 2020 and contains popular tracks such as "Onememma," "Akamdinelu," and "Chinedum." The album was well-received and cemented her place as one of the leading gospel artists in Nigeria.

Mercy Chinwo has won several awards for her music, including the Africa Gospel New Artist of the Year at the African Gospel Music and Media Awards in 2018. She has also been nominated for several other awards, including the prestigious Headies Award.

Apart from her music career, Mercy Chinwo is also an actress. In 2021, she made her acting debut in the Nollywood movie "The Train: The Journey of Faith," which was based on the life of the Nigerian evangelist, Mike Bamiloye.

In summary, Mercy Chinwo is a talented Nigerian gospel artist who has made a significant impact in the music industry with her unique vocal range and powerful lyrics. She continues to inspire and entertain her fans with her music while also contributing to the growth of the gospel music industry in Nigeria.


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