Noble Nketsiah Set To celebrate 2 Decades In the Gospel Industry With A Concert On 6th June, 2021

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Winning New Discovery of the year in 2002 and  Gospel Album of the year in 2005 with his delectable album “My Vision” together with “Se me teaase yi” as Gospel Song of the year at the Ghana Music Awards and Album of the year in 2007 at the Ceval Gospel Music Award And winning Best Collaboration of the year with “Ahuntahunu” at the Ghana Music Award UK in 2019, Ghanaian gospel musician and Founder of NOBKET MINISTRIES Nobel Nketsiah has received numerous awards and recognition locally and internationally.
Passionate about youth empowerment, his earnest desire and vision is to see the present-day youth properly mentored, established, and to become responsible citizens to the nation and the world at large. The “Se Me Tease” crooner Noble Nketsiah is set to celebrate his 20th Anniversary in music ministry this year.

And as part of the celebration, Nobel Nketsiah is poised to hold an event on Sunday, 6th of June 2021 at the WORDLIFE CHURCH, Ashiaman with fellow anointed

musicians such as the evergreen Tagoe Sisters, Mary Ghansah, Willie & Mike,  Kofi Kakari, Cece Twum and Efe Grace.
The celebration would also witness the launch of his much anticipated Album “THE CHRIST” on the same day.

Gearing towards the Album Launch and  Anniversary, NOBKET Ministries lead by NOBLE NKETSIAH in 2019 embarked on  a campus tour,  reaching out to over 1000 students at the University of Cape Coast and the University of Ghana.

The tour, aimed at reaching out to various Senior High Schools and Universities across the country ceased  due to Global Pandemic Covid-19.

According to NOBLE NKETSIAH “his new album means a lot to him and it’s a treasure placed in his heart for so many years.  It’s more of a rebirth in Jesus Christ” and He believes each song in the album would minister and cause a divinely turn around in the lives of people.

The event promises to be a spirit filled one, with audience having an amazing time in the presence God and an unforgettable back to back praise and worship of powerful songs.





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Diana Hopeson To Host Dr. Sonnie Badu, Diana Hamilton & Joe Mettle On The May Edition Of DH Golden Music Seminar Slated For 31st May


Veteran gospel musician and CEO of GHMusic Publishing and Management, Diana Hopeson is set to host the May edition of her monthly ‘DH Golden Music Seminar’.

Aimed at equipping persons in the gospel music space with the requisite knowledge on the topic “Maintaining your anointing as a front liner in Christ” the seminar scheduled for Monday, May 31st, 2021.

Joining Mrs Diana Hopeson for a round table chat on the said topic is reigning VGMA gospel artist of the year Diana Antwi Hamilton, 2017 VGMA artist of the year Joe Mettle and 2014 VGMA gospel artist of the year Dr. Sonnie Badu.

Find zoom registration link below;
You are invited to a Zoom meeting. When: May 31, 2021 12:00 PM Greenwich Mean Time.

Register in advance for this meeting:

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

By: Gospelhubgh

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”There’s No Unity in the Gospel Music Industry” – Carl Clottey


Gospel recording artiste Carl Clottey has bemoaned the lack of genuine support and unity in the Gospel music industry. Speaking on Daybreak Hitz on HitzFm with Animwaa Addo, the ‘Aforeb)’ hit maker explained that there’s unnecessary competition in the industry which he believes is not healthy for its growth.

‘You feel alone when you start. There’s no one to help you especially when you are coming up. There’s not a lot of help that comes your way. I am grateful for the people that have come my way; some very big industry people like Nii Noi and the likes… but the unity is not there. Everybody is looking out for themselves…For the most part if you know your purpose and you know why you are called, you will do what you can and also support,’ Carl Clottey noted.

He added, ‘it is difficult for someone to click the share button on a fellow Gospel artiste’s song but in Nigeria you’ll see Ps. Nathaniel Bassey sharing artistes that we don’t know, putting them on his main Instagram page. For someone to even repost your stuff,  it’s difficult because they think you are about to take their fans. These are the truths in our industry.’

Carl Clottey is the founder of Carl Clottey Ministries. He has a number hit singles to his credit including ‘One and Only,’ ‘D33d3w,’ and his latest ‘Ngbooda’ which features Gospel rap artiste Belac360.

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Efe Grace Is an Over Ripped Mango Soon to Fall – OB Nartey Charges On Management


On the Christian Entertainment Review show hosted by Nii Noi on the airwaves of ATV on Saturday 22nd of May, 2021 renowned radio and television personality OB Nartey raised a serious case on gospel minstrel Efe Grace performance in the gospel industry.

Phrasing a statement “Efe Grace is an over ripped mango soon to fall”, OB Nartey explained that the beautiful gospel songbird has over the years received nothing but the best of media attention yet she hasn’t elevated to the top.

Backing his point in a heated debate with other panel members on the show, OB Nartey stood on firm grounds to say Efe Grace has struggled through the ranks of gaining the needed attention in the media space and should be an A-list artist in Ghana as far as gospel music is concerned yet she is classified as an uprising artiste.

“We have pampered her in the music industry for far too long and yet no results” he added.

On the flip side of the hated conversation a member of Efe Grace team seated on the show, quizzed if the brand is not blessing lives and if the brand is not being patronized.

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MOG Music Reveals Why He Left Methodist Church

Gospel singer MOG claims he left the Methodist Church because his style of music was not accepted by them.

in an interview on Hitz FM’s Daybreak Hitz, the award-winning gospel artist revealed that leaving the Methodist Church was a big move that helped him develop.

The reason why I left the Methodist church was that I felt my gift was not really appreciated in the church and I was not getting the necessary support.


“We have events and the church does not support us, we have to do everything by ourselves. These things broke me down and I just had to leave,” MOG said.

Born Nana Yaw Boakye, the musician added that there were people in the church who fought against his ministry. MOG left the Methodist Church to join the Rev Samuel Korankye Ankrah-led Royal House Chapel. He told Andy Dosty that after visiting the church once, he had decided to stay at the Royal House Chapel.

I just visited Royal House when I was in the University to minister and when I listened to the worship and the word that was coming from Rev Sam Korankye Ankrah and I was like this is where I want to be,” he said. “He really supports us not just by word but financially. Every program that we have, he gives us money; not just to me but to everyone,” MOG added.

At the last Vodafone Ghana Music Awards, the Male Vocalist of the Year showed great gratitude to his current head, Pastor Rev Sam Korankye Ankrah, for his sponsorship of not only him but other gospel artists at the Royal House Chapel.

Four 5 albums to his name, MOG, with over a decade in the industry, said that he is very grateful for the massive support he gets from the industry.

Watch MOG’s Interview with Jibriel as well;

Source: ghKasa

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Joe Mettle Suggest On How One Can Stay Relevant In Their Field


Renowned praise and worship leader, Joseph Oscar Nii Armah Mettle, better known by his stage name Joe Mettle, has shared tips on how Ghanaians can own their craft and stay relevant in their field.

In an interview with Mrs. Comfort Ocran on the Springboard Hangout Show which airs on eTV Ghana, he first noted that as technology is progressive, it is very important that people also keep upgrading their skill by reading wide and continually learning.

He also observed that a lot of people, although they claim to want something, get tired easily and give up especially when they are pushed around a few times but this only means that they are not really ready for what they want to achieve.

“Hard work is part of it. Sometimes, it gets tiring and there are sleepless nights but know that it also comes with sacrifice and that is where you sacrifice your sleep and other things. Sometimes, you’re tired but there’s a deadline that you have to meet for something that you have to do so you sacrifice”, he said.

Joe Mettle continued that as per the scripture, God has given humans the power to acquire wealth, hence, we need to make good use of that power.

He explained, “That power is the ideas, innovation, creativity, and all other things but the Bible says after God has given you the power which is the idea, there’s a process that he’s not part of. You would have to make it yourself and that’s the power to acquire”.

According to Joe Mettle, upgrading one’s skill, working hard, enduring the sleepless nights and going hard through that process to gain the acquisition power are sure ways by which one can stay relevant in one field.

By: Maureen Dedei Quaye

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Compete in the industry, not in other people’s image – Joe Mettle


Gospel singer, songwriter, and worship leader, Joe Mettle, has advised that it is okay for one to compete with others in the industry in which they find themselves but it is never okay to compete with other people’s image.

Speaking on the Springboard Hangout Show aired on eTV Ghana, he shared with the presenter, Mrs. Comfort Ocran that one can only be recognized for what they do if they stay true to their own image and not try to walk in other people’s images; because one can never do better as another person, but only as themselves.

“When others are doing something that makes you feel competitive, it should rather push you to be the best version of yourself because there’s a reason why they are being patronized over you. It’s because they’re the best at what they do so you can compete in the industry but don’t compete in the image. Allow your image to be original and be the best at what you do”, Joe Mettle advised.

The gospel minister noted that there will always be competition, however, it is important to allow that competition to “push you to be better”.

He made an instance with how Ghanaians were pushing him to put out more projects as soon as possible after he won the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards. According to him, although that was a competition to him, he did not allow himself to be pressured by the competition but rather he went at his own pace and worked to put out his album ‘Bo nor ni’ and thankfully, that also gained the recognition it needed.

On that note, he urged people to be careful only to entertain healthy competition. The competition drives them to focus on themselves and bring out better versions of themselves, not competition that causes them to focus on the competitor.

By: Maureen Dedei Quaye.

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Diana Hamilton Deserves To Win VGMA Artiste of The Year- Dr. Sonnie Badu


Gospel musician Sonnie Badu has named his winner for the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMA) Artiste of the Year 2021.

In an exclusive interview with MzGee, Sonnie stated that he thinks Diana Hamilton should be the first female artiste to win the category because she has good music and deserves the award. “This year I think Diana Hamilton should win VGMA Artiste of the Year. I think she has worked very hard and she deserves to win. It will also make her the first female artiste to win Artiste of the year, ” he said.

He added that her song ”Adom” has competed with a lot of songs and she deserves that spot.“Diana’s song Adom has competed with every song, both gospel and secular. ” Diana Hamilton has been nominated together with KiDi, Medikal, Sarkodie and Kuami Eugene for the Artiste of the Year category in this year’s Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.


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Edwin Dadson – Onwanwani Ft Joe Mettle & Isaiah Fosu-Kwakye Jnr


Songwriter, worship leader, and “This Far by Grace” hitmaker Pastor Edwin Dadson collaborates with minister Joe Mettle and Pastor Isaiah Fosu-Kwakye Jnr on his latest releases “Onwanwani”.

“Onwanwani”, a masterpiece translated as “Miracle Worker” declares the sovereignty of God who does what He likes and more importantly wrought miracles by the touch of His fingers.

The new contemporary song incorporates the elements of chant music and melodic drive that sparks immediate worship. The ending of the song leaves the three gospel giants in a harmonic reiteration of the main chorus and theme of the song.

The song is available in all digital stores now.


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Video: I will expose you, if you continue to deceive the people– Hon. Ken Agyapong warns Rev. Obofour


The Assin Central MP, Hon. Kennedy Agyapong has sent out a strong warning to Rev. Obofour to quit exploiting people else he will expose him.

Speaking during the ‘Seat show’ on NET2 Television, the vociferous MP sent out a caution to the Founder and leader of the Anointed Palace Chapel, Rev. Obofour, to stop his dubious and exploitative means for acquiring his wealth, failure to do so will force him to come after him.

Hon. Kennedy Agyapong and his Net2 TV for some time now has staged a war against fake pastors and spiritualists for deceiving and exploiting innocent Ghanaians, and has hinted that the Anointed Palace Chapel leader will be the next if he continue to deceive the people.

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