Music of Tuesday, 2 March 2021
Supply: Atinka On the net
Gospel tunes singer and a senior police officer, SP Kofi Sarpong has expressed his candid feeling on the most controversial challenge within the gospel tunes fraternity, declaring he sees certainly very little completely wrong with gospel and secular collaborations.
A few months ago, Ghanaian gospel songwriter, singer, and performer, Celestine Donkor unveiled a song titled “Thank You,” (Yedawase) which showcased Ghanaian sensational female vocalist Efya, prolific songwriter, and singer Akwaboah Jnr. Celestine acquired serious backlash for placing “perceived devils” on her track.
Talking in an interview with Roman Fada on Atinka FM on Sunday, SP Kofi Sarpong expressed disappointment in the part of Ghanaians with the look at that it is not suitable for a gospel musician to history a tune with secular musicians.
The prolific singer and energetic performer explained that it is very unnecessary to raise such arguments since even Jesus hardly ever segregated men and women like the way some Ghanaians are doing but relatively introduced together both of those the righteous and sinners in his ministry.
He believes that God has not built us judges above any one and furthermore, as we dwell on earth, we are all not fantastic but all hoping to be great so he sees nothing at all incorrect with gospel musicians functioning with musicians championing other genres.
He uncovered in the job interview that Ghanaian outspoken Dancehall artiste, Charles Nii Armah Mensah regarded skillfully as Shatta Wale, has approached him for a collaboration, and undoubtedly he will do, so Ghanaians should count on a wonderful track from them.