Urban gospel artist King Eazie is out with his latest song that combines issues of religion with personal safety.
According to King Eazie born Kingsley Ezekiel Nablah, the song titled “Conqueror” aims at pressing home the need for all to observe the precautionary measures outlined by the World Health Organisation; whether one is a believer in a supernatural being or not.
“I was quite shocked to realise that Christians think they can exercise only their faith during this deadly pandemic. Let us call a spade a spade, it is time Christians get to know that you can contract the virus if you are not careful”, he said in an interview with MyJoyOnline.
According to the artist, he was motivated to come out with the song, as a reminder to people that even though faith works, it is necessary to adhere to protocols that will prevent the spread of the virus and keep people safe.
“I saw the need to reach out to Christian in and beyond Ghana and assure them that we may not be in good times and we have the full assurance of the word of God that we are conquerors, but till the victory is proclaimed, we have to be safe.”
“The world should not panic because God has us in mind and He will never forsake us but while we wait, we need to wash our hands with soap under running water, use hand sanitisers, put on nose masks, observe social distancing and stay home”, he advised.
The song which was produced by Scooter Beats, features fellow urban gospel acts like Besa and KLord.