Ghanaian gospel sensation Rev Paa Boateng has noticed that many Ghanaian gospel artistes do not seek the advice of time-examined gospel artistes, therefore not getting message-driven songs.
Music pundits over time have hit arduous at most gospel musicians, blaming them for veering off from the normal message-driven gospel music to sensationalism and hit songs.
Speaking on the difficulty on Akoma FM‘s Saturday flagship leisure programme Entertainment 360 hosted by Tony Best, Brussels-based Minister of the Gospel Rev Paa Boateng opined that he is not in opposition to artistes having their music making nice strides however they need to search the counsel of those that will help them with high quality message songs.
“The best want of each artiste is to have his/her music doing effectively and getting the wanted reputation. However, the track should first carry a message, carefully linked with the gospel however the present gospel songs lack such depth.
“I was able to release hit and message-driven songs because they were written by knowledgeable individuals like Osuani Afrifa, Nana Boateng and Archimides but most gospel artistes today are not doing such, just putting anything out for public consumption.”
The ‘Nhyira Bere’ hitmaker is at the moment selling his single with the title ‘Mame Ndi Nkunim’.