Sometimes balancing more than one career is not a joke and it may be overwhelming.
A mother of two Caroline Mbuire is a jack of all trades. She is a professional doctor and a talented songstress.
The outgoing straight forward lady says sometimes it is not easy especially in the two competitive careers, but when you’re passionate about something and believe you will definitely not be overwhelmed by the gift and talent that God has given you. Because God gives with a reason.
Born and raised in Muranga County Kandara Constituency, growing up was such a blessing thing to her. And with the help of her religious parents, she was able to follow her passion without any difficulties.
She discovered her talent in singing in the church choir. This was an opportunity and a nice platform to know herself better.
“I was very active in the church choir and through that, I started developing an interest in music”, she said.
Since then the journey has been great and as a result, the lady who is also a clinician has worked very hard to released her two songs; Nitagutoria (we shall overcome) and Ni Wewe tu.
Her first debut album was recorded in 2011 while she was still in college.
Many artists have different genres of music that makes them unique and as for her, her style of music is in Kikuyu.
“I have different styles of music but I use Kikuyu in my songs simply because that is who I am. Besides I have put some subtitles so that whoever cannot understand my message can do”, the songwriter says.
She is inspired by Mercy Masika, Kambua and Evelyn Wanjiru in the gospel industry. These people are motivating her in different ways.
Singer said there are so many people especially in the gospel industry who have lost their way but let’s pray so that God can help them and know that God is the Highest.
It is never too late to dream and lose focus. She left music for eight good years. She gave up in life because when she was starting, things were not working well perhaps that wasn’t her time yet to be grateful in music.
Her husband is so supportive and encouraging her to always go for her dream and passion.
” My husband is nice I love his support. He has been supporting me ever since I got into the music industry and couples should always support each other,” she added
Parents should support their children and let them follow what they love.
“If my parents didn’t give me good support for what I chose to do, maybe I couldn’t have reached here. So my advice to the parents is that allow your daughters and sons to follow what they are passionate about in life because you never know”, she advised.
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