I Come by Adaora

After a brief hiatus since the collaboration with Obiwon on her dance single, Take My Praise in 2015, Adaora returns with the new single, I Come – a soulful song of surrender and worship to the Great King of all.
I Come is one of the singles off Adaora’s recent EP album, Nothing Can Hold Me Down and as with all Adaora’s projects, the songs on this EP were inspired in a place of worship.
I Come provokes a total abandonment of one’s self and thoughts in the place of worship, and focus on loving God through worship.
“Most times we go into a place of prayer to make demands of God. We need to sometimes channel all our energy towards loving on God through our worship and thanksgiving. This way we build potential energy that can be called upon in times of need. King David of the Bible used this technique effectively.”
With this song, Adaora is sending out a word of encouragement and a call for us all to focus more on loving God through our worship.
Adaora Nwokoye is a renowned inspirational singer and songwriter based in Maryland, USA. She is originally from Nigeria, but her music style resonates across various cultures and ethnicity.
She has released two musical projects: Her debut album – For His Worship launched Adaora’s music career, although she has been engaged generally in music for over 15 years. Her hit single from the album, Papa continues to make great impact on radio and TV stations across America and Africa.
Adaora has built a formidable network of diverse audiences including women, multi-racial groups and corporate entities just to mention a few through her music and she has appeared on programs on major TV networks in the USA.

She is also a seasoned professional, serving in the US Air Force. With a PhD in medicinal chemistry, she has served as a science and technology policy fellow with two US agencies.

Adaora is a praise/worship leader and Young Adults and Singles Ministry (YASM) coordinator at Mercy Seat Chapel, RCCG, Gaithersburg Maryland, under the leadership of Pastor Olakunle Olarinde.

She is married to Anosike Nwokoye and they have two beautiful children.