Ghanaian Rapper, Ruth Eno Adjoa Amankwah Nyame Adom, known expertly by her stage name Eno Barony has communicated her disappointment in some gospel artists declining to team up with her on her most recent collection.
All things considered, it is uncommon for a gospel artist to team up with a common performer on a tune. Mostly in light of the fact that many feel it is against the Christian tenets yet truly, there isn’t anything amiss with that.
Review, Gospel Musician, Celestine Donkor uncovered that some media houses have would not play her most recent tune named “Thank You” with highlights Akwaboah and Efya basically on the grounds that she worked together with mainstream artists.
Talking in a meeting with Abeiku Santana on Okay FM, Eno Barony uncovered that she reached around five gospel performers to include on her tune “Aseda” however they all wound up giving her shaky reasons with others revealing to one side in the face that it is against the Christian principles.
Truly? A gospel performer can generally team up with any artist whatsoever as long as the verses of the artist instructs and empowers individuals simply like the gospel way. At times, some mainstream performers end up delivering their own gospel melodies which wind up turning out to be hits and seriously reassuring that most gospel tunes.
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