German-based Ghanaian gospel musician, Larbi Martinson has said in an interview that Ghanaian Gospel Artiste, OJ is so versatile that he prays he will grow much more older than Agya Koo Nimo to be a resource figure in the future. He said this during an interview with KOB of Gospel Billboard on Instagram live. He said the “maye ss wo pen” hitmaker’s type is rare to find and that he needs to be respected.
He further added that even though he’s a musician, but there are musicians and there are musicians and OJ needs a special award. The German-based Ghanaian gospel musician added that because of OJ’s depth of knowledge in music, he needs to be honored as a musician. He made this known after he said “ I cannot stand on a stage with OJ because his depth of knowledge and skills will weigh me down”. Even though he believes that he has also impacted generations with his gospel songs, he’s not matched with OJ. “ when I’m singing and he’s there, I fumble. I bet you “said Larbi Martinson.
Aside OJ’s great performance in his career, Larbi Martison testifies that OJ is very calm all the time but strong-willed and also open to everyone. He welcomes his heart to people and shows love to them. He continued that OJ is a kind-hearted brother and for that, he loves him.
Larbi Martinson is a full-time gospel musician who hails from Aburi in the Eastern Region. He has been in the music industry for so many years and impacting generations with his songs like “Kronkron” and “Adom” just to mention few. He’s demonstrated his versatility and service by singing back-ups for most of the celebrated gospel musicians in Ghana including, Casey Twum, CSP Kofi Sarpong and many others and have done many live worships. He’s now based in Germany and still continuing with his career.