Oginni is a Nigerian-born Irish singer songwriter and doctor who has
dedicated her time to healing the people around her. She currently
balances working as a paediatrician during the day with writing songs
during her free time that she hopes will bring healing to her listeners.
Soon” and “On His Mind” are two soulful inspiring songs that remind us
of God’s love, that no matter what we are going through, God will surely
come through for us.
Ebi shares the inspiration behind both songs this way, “Someday
Soon” was inspired by watching someone dear to me go through a
difficult season. I began writing it hoping to inspire this person to
keep going and to not give up. The last year has also been filled with
many people going through heartbreak and despair. The song also talks
about failure, a universal topic that we will all experience in one form
or the other. My hope is that as people listen to the song, they’ll
hear that it’s okay to fail, as long as you get back up. Ultimately, my
prayer is that people find inspiration in the words of the song to keep
putting one foot in front of the other”.
His Mind” was written when I was in University and pretty much
constantly broke, I’m sure you can relate. I wrote it as a reminder,
that God would always take care of me, and he did, sometimes, I didn’t
know where my next meal would come from, but it came. I hope that when
people listen to the song, they are reminded that the God who made this
incredible universe and takes care of all of nature, is constantly
thinking about them to do them good”.
is currently working on her debut album titled “HOPE”. According to
her, this album will feature songs that have been written during the
pandemic to bring encouragement and hope to people, to keep them moving
forward, no matter what.
“Someday Soon” and “On His Mind” are both available for download on digital stores.
Watch “Someday Soon” Lyric Video below;
Download/Stream “Someday Soon” HERE
Watch “On His Mind” Lyric Video below;
Download/Stream “On His Mind” HERE
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