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"Thankful to Be Here" - Aisha Badru | Review

Aisha Badru's latest release, "Thankful to Be Here," embodies a profound sense of healing and gratitude that resonates deeply with listeners. Through her music, the Nigerian-American singer-songwriter delves into the complexities of human experience, offering a soul-stirring journey through the highs and lows of life.


In her own words, Badru expresses a profound understanding of her role as both an artist and a human being: "I was meant to be here, doing this. And it's just part of my purpose to experience certain levels of trauma that are very universal, going through every process of healing, and somehow putting it together so I can help guide someone else." This statement encapsulates her artistic mission to not only navigate her own healing journey but also to serve as a beacon of hope and guidance for others who may be traversing similar paths.


"Thankful to Be Here" serves as a testament to Badru's unwavering resilience and her ability to find beauty amidst adversity. Through poignant lyrics such as "I am thankful for the lows and highs, Thankful for the love and fights, I’m thankful to be laying next to you at night, Thankful for the tears, The lessons collected throughout the years, When all is said and done, I'm thankful to be here," she celebrates the full spectrum of human experience from moments of profound joy to periods of heartache and sorrow.

Each verse in the song is imbued with a sense of gratitude for the myriad lessons learned and the growth that accompanies them. Badru's hauntingly beautiful vocals, paired with evocative instrumentation, create a sonic tapestry that invites listeners to reflect on their own journey of self-discovery and healing.


"Thankful to Be Here" serves as a reminder of the power of music to transcend boundaries and connect individuals on a deeply emotional level. Through her authentic storytelling and vulnerability, Badru invites listeners into her world, fostering a sense of empathy and understanding that transcends cultural and geographical divides.



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