New music of Friday, 5 February 2021
Source: Nii Atakora Mensah, Contributor
Unlike Ghanaians who believe that gospel artistes need to shy absent from secular tunes, budding artiste, Steve Boat has begged to differ.
He has encouraged his gospel colleagues to address the issue of hypocrisy and sentiments in the field by preaching adore messages in their songs.
Adore, he mentioned, is the essential basic principle of everyday living and as this kind of has insisted that artistes, ordinarily those in the ministry really should endeavor to preach it.
“Gospel artistes do not enterprise into adore music if there is an institution to communicate about adore, it is the church simply because weddings and challenges relating to love occur in the church. Gospel artists really should be daring a minimal,” he opined.
In the latest occasions, gospel artistes have faced intense backlash after collaborating with secular artists but Steve believes his gospel-love style will overcome this sort of discriminations.
The gospel artiste has having said that introduced his most up-to-date track titled, ‘Me Dea’ which describes how he longs for his lover’s contact considering that their union is permitted by God.