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Rhythm of Love: In conversation with Neivizonuo Pienyii

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Neivizonuo Pienyii a participant at Kids For Fame Season 4 aims to lead the people through gospel music. The artist credits Mengu Suokhrie for her achievements through whom she took vocal and conducting training for three years. A singing enthusiast since the age of 11 Neivizonuo is presently perusing her theological studies at Faith Theological Seminary.
Her single “The beauty of your dream” is a song that encourages people not to give up on their dreams and that nothing is impossible if one trusts the Lord.
Read on to learn more about the inspiration and determined young artist- Neivizonuo Pienyii

EASTERN MIRROR: A short introduction about yourself to those who haven’t heard of you yet…
Neivizonuo Pienyii: My name is Neivizonuo Pienyii. I belong to Angami community from Kohima village P. Khel. At present I am perusing my theological studies from Faith Theological Seminary.
My short term goal is to work for God, my long term goal is to see myself in a position where I lead the people in Christian music with full responsibility and see my organisation reach its peak. I am eldest of three siblings and my hobby is listening to gospel songs.

EASTERN MIRROR: what is your song “the beauty of your dream” all about?
Neivizonuo Pienyii: The song “The beauty of your dream” was written and composed by myself.
The song is all about encouraging people not to give up on their dreams but to believe in God for nothing is impossible when we count on Him and trust in Him. Future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.

EASTERN MIRROR: Your inspiration..
Neivizonuo Pienyii: I received my inspirations from the artist Mengu Suokhrie by listening to her songs and her performances.
I started singing at the age of eleven and I also took up piano lessons.
I also took vocal training and conducting training, for three years under Mengu Suokhrie.

EASTERN MIRROR: As a theologian, what message do you wish to convey/bring about change through your songs?
Neivizonuo Pienyii: Faith is like a muscle: It can be strengthened. It can be weak or it can be strong, depending on how much you use it.
The first thing God does is to build your faith in order to fulfil your dream, to be a successful person in life in this complicated world we need to hold tight in our dreams and believe in God. And to accomplished our dreams and goal, our faith is vital. Have faith dear believer, believe in God and let your dreams come true.

EASTERN MIRROR : How old were you when you participated at kids for fame season 4 in 2013? And what was the experience like?
Neivizonuo Pienyii: At the age of fifteen I participated in kids for fame season 4.
My experience in contesting was that though initially I was not confident enough to face the crowd but with faith in God I kept praying to God to give me strength and slowly I developed the confidence in myself to face the people.
What I am today is the outcome from contesting in the competition where I built my confidence.

EASTERN MIRROR: If given 1 wish to bring changes in the state, what would you wish for and why?
Neivizonuo Pienyii: I wish to uplift the youngsters of today’s generation.
Because there are many good musicians who are fulfilling their dreams but there are some who are yet to fulfil and by not achieving their goals many youngsters are depressed, so I want to encourage the youngsters not to give up on your dreams and keep striving and move towards the goal. Strive for the best you can and God will do the rest inorder to fulfill.

EASTERN MIRROR: What personal advice would you give to someone wanting to pursue this career?
Neivizonuo Pienyii: As we see around there are many people who have the potential to come up with their dreams inorder to accomplish their profession, yet they lack courage and they give up their dreams so here I want to encourage all the dreamers not to only dream but fulfill ones dreams by dedicating and by exercising your talent.
Don’t search for popularity in singing but save the perishing souls and spread the gospel through your song that is the greatest thing.
Start singing with prayer and end your singing with prayer.

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