The COVID-19 pandemic is having adverse effects on the art industry, and biting significantly to the music arena.
Artists have now found themselves without commercial outlets for their work, as many galleries, auction houses, theatres, music venues and art fairs have locked ,down.
Meet Gospel music artiste Rachel T, who has found solace in music, inspired by her mother and Christian upbringing to spread the Gospel.
Rachel Tumwebaze was born in Kabale and now lives in Kampala where she juggles work and music. She has always used music to worship and sail through all situations in life.
And for the Corona Virus pandemic didn’t deter her from progressing mentally and musically as she has now devoted her time to recording music and as well sharing inspirational messages with friends to ensure they come out strong.
“I believe we have the power to impact other people’s lives positively through music, and if we share messages of hope amidst this pandemic, we can come out mentally strong….if we continue to worship and be thankful for each day that goes by, we are coming out victorious” says Rachel T
Rachel has so far released several singles and 3 videos with her latest being Elevate and is available on all streaming platforms.
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