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Competition in gospel music bad — Rose Adjei

Gospel music  is regarded as a means of spreading the word of God but gospel artiste, Rose Adjei , says members of the gospel music fraternity are now more engaged in competing  than serving the  “divine purpose”.

Speaking with Abena Ghana on The Journey, the Adom artiste said she has observed with keen interest, the quest for some gospel artistes to seek “personal glory” than using their status to evangelise to the “sick world”.


For her, the trend isn’t  encouraging since it doesn’t breed unity among the artistes.  Her observation is that some  are fighting for fame and popularity.

“I haven’t been in this industry for long but the few years that I have chalked, I have been surprised by many things especially how some of the artistes see others as  competition.

“If we are truly Christians and believe that our calling is to inspire people through the salvation of Christ, why would anyone think another is competing with him/her when you all have the same purpose?” she queried.

For her, the perception of competition,  is what has deprived many of  the opportunity for many collaborations within the industry.

“How many times have gospel artistes featured one another on their songs? It’s very rare but the opposite is the trend in the secular sector. They feature themselves every time and that should be the practice within the gospel music fraternity but unfortunately, some see the ministry as competition” she said.

A mother of three, Rose Adjei who is signed onto KB Empire Entertainment made her debut in 2013 with her God’s Favour album. The eight- track album had songs such as Nyame Ye, Agya Wahwe Me So, Adom and Wose Ayeyi.

By: Dailyviewgh.com


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