Brian Nhira was born and raised in the great heartland of Tulsa, Oklahoma. At the age of four, Brian sang for the first time at a small church in Sand Springs, OK. Now 21, Brian has developed his dynamically gifted voice into an instrument used to the glory of God. He has been afforded the opportunity to sing at over 500 events in 14 states and 3 different countries, including a special solo performance on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. Other notable venues and events have included the Quick Trip Center in Tulsa, OK, BOK Center, Word Explosion International Conference hosted by Victory Christian Center, ORU Ignite, and Detroit Tiger Baseball game at Comerica Park in Detroit, MI.
Brian Nhira Music was launched in 2012. His first project, the “Hope EP”, was released on iTunes in August of 2012. In the summer of 2013, Brian conducted a 3 state (Illinois, Michigan, New York), 7 city tour, which was highlighted by a national anthem performance at a Detroit Tigers Major League Baseball Game. He presently travels around the nation as a solo artist, and also serves as a worship leader for Oral Roberts University and Victory Christian Center (Tulsa, OK).
Brian has taken eight international trips, seven of those being to Zimbabwe, Africa, where he annually hosts the HFANI Youth and Young Adults Conference: EQUIPPED.
With every lyric he writes and with every note he sings, Brian seeks to infuse hope and inspiration into the hearts of people worldwide. He seeks to inspire the dreams of those who have given up, comfort the one who is hurting, and be the voice for those who do not have one. Brian believes that as he allows God to work through him, he can be used to touch a generation and be an agent of change wherever he goes.