Neesha Woodz is 25 year old Barbadian gospel artist who is passionate about God, music and life, who uses her voice not only to worship but to draw others to Jesus Christ.
She was recently interviewed by (NationNews) and below manifestates particular segments from the intriguing discussion.
“Writing and music, they are my first loves; so to get both of them combined and to do it for a living, that would be pretty awesome,” she said.
A lot of us who sing now write our own songs. We do have a lot of work, but I think there needs to be more avenues that we can get our talent out there.
“We don’t want to keep it to the church walls. Yes, we want to edify the Christians, but there are still a lot of people out there who are not saved that we really want to minister to as well,” she said.
Neesha revealed that she makes sure to include the “Three Es” in any song she writes: encouragement, education and evangelism.
“You will always find in my music something that will encourage people to become close to God and to know that they can overcome anything that they’re going through,” she said.
“Also in my music you hear me talking about Jesus for sure. People always have this view of God as this big angry person, but it’s not like that. He’s very loving and He’s very caring. I believe that in my songs I try to present God holistically.
“I always try to have some measure of evangelism to my songs because you don’t know who is listening and who needs to hear the message at that point in time,” she explained.
Neesha’s focus on encouragement is evident in More Precious which she said resulted from seeing young women settling for less than the best.
“It’s almost as though moral values have pretty much gone out the window. We don’t really put as much emphasis on who we are as women and try to cultivate that inner beauty.
“I don’t think that the main focus should be on our outward appearance, because at the end of the day those things will fade away.”
This song sends an encouraging message for young ladies a message of empowerment and appreciation for yourselves,its also a message to young men to empower there female friends to respect themselves and learn how to not to treat young ladies.
The video was directed by Cherice Gibson and shot and sponsored by Cielo Productions, along with Freedom 5 a local Christian clothing brand.
Check out the music video below and let us know what you think