It no news that the Nigerian-British born MOBO award winner, singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Samuel Nwachukwu, who performs under the pseudonym: CalledOut Music had a stunning 2022.
From the announcement of his first single of the year ‘Hold On Me’, to the release of his third studio album ‘My Beautiful Reality’, to his international tour which took place in different cities around the world including Ottawa and Toronto in Canada; Amsterdam in Holland, Brussels in Belgium, Paris in France, and London in United Kingdom, the all-round entertainer, had a good run with his music.
Shortly after the release of his thanksgiving and last single of the year ‘Ese’, the multiple award winner announced that his ‘Live In London’ Concert, will take place on March 4.
Taking to his handle on the social media platform, Instagram on the December 29, 2022 to announce his concert, CalledOut Music caused a considerable stir among his music lovers, triggering a series of incredible engagements on his Instagram account.
With the early bird tickets sale end on Saturday, December 31, 2022, the soft-spoken talent says: “It’s only ‘impossible’ until it happens & I’m going to come back to this post when it happens. CalledOut Live In London, March 4.”
Embodying years of work and excellence, CalledOut Music has become one of the most sought after names gaining international recognition. He is regarded as a symbol of hope and excellence in the 21st century.
Born April 18, 1995, CalledOut moved to the United Kingdom with his family when he was 12 years old. As a multifaceted artiste, he first displayed his God-given talent and passion for music at the tender age of 7 in his home church.
After producing original songs for musicals for several years, his music career kicked off in 2016 with his debut single, ‘Working on me’. Since then, CalledOut Music has become one of the UK’s most sought after musicians, after releasing a vast and diverse musical collection and three successful albums, in 2018, 2020 and 2022 respectively.
Through his interaction with his ‘family’ as he fondly calls his fanbase, CalledOut Music has submerged fans across various geographical, demographic and socio-cultural backgrounds. This is also showcased in the diversity, range and style his music captures.
He has worked closely on productions with the likes of Danny Duncan, and featured on tracks with several artistes – including the 2011 Mobo Award winner Triple O – Good Thing. More intentionally, his music captures the essence of faith and hope, spreading joy and positivity to all who come in contact with him.
During the global COVID19 pandemic, ‘warm embrace’ a song of faith and comfort quickly became an anthem to get through the ‘tough times’ as his fans mentioned.
A devout Christian, CalledOut Music diverse music strongly reflects his belief in Jesus, addressing issues people face whilst sharing the good news of the Gospel.
Although, he shares an admiration for many Gospel greats such as Fred Hammond and Richard Smallwood, his greatest musical influence is Kirk Franklin.
He started the Gospel ministry ‘Called Out’ with the aim to ‘get everyone to have the belief or mindset that they are called out for service to God’.