Northern singer-songwriter Ni-Cola first emerged onto the UK gospel scene in late 2004. Within just a few months Ni-Cola submitted a demo to the Gem Awards, of her soon to be released single titled “Still Here” of which she later received a nomination in 2004 for Best female newcomer. Such an honour and complete shock to the singer who had literally just burst onto the scene.
Ni-Cola began to play on several key stages in Manchester, building her profile and sharing her faith.
Dear Mum is the debut release from the upcoming album project from Ni-Cola. In time for U.K. Mothers Day, the hope is to encourage others who have experienced the loss of their mum, to be open to celebrating the life and lessons passed on.
Inspired by her own mum and 10 years in the making, Ni-Cola explains, Dear Mum it’s the love letter you didn’t get to write, it’s the intoxication of both joy and suffering and the journey of the one who’s lost and left behind. The one who grieves over the loss of the relationship, the memories shared and the unspoken conversations.
The song is also a celebration of life and encouragement to those who still have their precious Mums to never take them for granted, to love on them, to cherish them to value them because these Queens are one of life’s greatest, most unsung hero’s!
Dear Mum was released 31st of March 2019 (Mother’s Day)
You can get your copy on the link below…