Get to know Guni
Now Guni has progressed to releasing professional music. He told Kingdom Culture;
I have made a lot of sacrifices to do music, I currently live in a shared house away from my parents and work night shifts in a fast food restaurant to fund my ministry.
Still unsigned and fully independent but it is just the beginning for the artist starting out. Citing inspirations such as Lecrae, Trip Lee, Andy Mineo, Bizzle, GOM (God Over Money) and most UK Christian rappers such as Guvna B, A-Star and Melvillous.
Heavy, gritty grime is his normal sound as it’s local to where he’s come from. Still, he experiments with different sounds in the studio.
This track promotes peace amongst all people and bringing peace to the areas we live in. Birmingham in England has quite a bad reputation across the country, but that makes songs like ‘Shalom‘ even more needed!
He was in the studio ready to record an EP (Extended Play) and ‘Shalom‘ wasn’t supposed to be the main song but a more low-key one. He recorded it first so afterwards he could really focus on the other songs. After laying the vocals for it he realised; the song was actually the best one!
I had a similar out-working to the production of my first single ‘Introduction‘.
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