Gospel Artistes Shouldn’t Shoot Music Video For Worship Songs – Nana Kofi Asihene

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Nana Kofi Asihene, a music video director and creative consultant, has said that artistes should be careful about the type of songs they shoot videos for.

According to him, worship songs don’t need music videos.

He said on ‘The Chat’ on Citi TV that most musicians do not know the business and marketing aspects of their career so they do things anyhow.

“I tell gospel artistes; they bring you a song it is six minutes and I tell them to cut the songs short. Because nobody will sit and watch [a video for] six minutes. And the amount of money you need to sustain interest on screen for six minutes is long,” he said.

Don’t shoot a video if it is a worship song. Play it at down; that is when people like it. Don’t worry about a music video because you’ll just be wasting your money,” Nana Asihene added.

He made this comment during a discussion on the importance of videos in music promotion.

This comes on the back of Shatta Wale’s assertion that it is not worth it for Ghanaian musicians to shoot expensive music videos for their songs.

Source: Ghanaweekened

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VIDOE – Joe Mettle says he lost a big gig because of false stories about him


Joe Mettle has expressed worry over the wanton display of unprofessionalism on the part of some people in the media.

He told Andy Dosty in a recent interview on Hitz FM that some media people who peddle falsehood about celebrities, do not even bother to correct their stories or retract after finding out they have goofed.

He said the attitude of writing untrue stories about people in showbiz drags them back.

According to him, he even lost a gig because of some negative stories that were written about him and his family.

“Even me, it’s happened to me before. There was an event like that and at that time there were rumours of things about my family. And the people, based on some of these rumours started making excuses. They didn’t say no, but they didn’t come back,” he noted.

The ‘Ye Bua Mi’ singer said some people hide in the name of showbiz, to ruin people’s brand.

According to him, after doing all this, they turn around to say the musicians are not making strides with their music.

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Kobby Salm bags 10 nominations at 2021 Ghana Urban Gospel Music Awards


The nominee’s for the 3rd edition of Ghana Urban Gospel Music Awards were released on Wednesday, 8th September, 2021.

Urban Gospel Artiste, KobbySalm received nominations in 10 categories in the 3rd edition of the Ghana Urban Gospel Music Awards.

He earned these covetable slots with his hit songs like Jejeli, Obiara Nse Wo & Gye Yen So including his debut album “IN THE MIDST OF COMFORT” which has all these singles on.

Kobby Salm Bagged Nominations for the Event Act Of The Year, Rap Artiste Of The Year, Most Popular Song Of The Year, Album Of The Year, Music Video Of The Year, Afro Pop Song Of The Year, Songwriter Of The Year, Collaboration Of The Year, Record Of The Year including the biggest which is Over All Artiste Of The Year.

The latter part of 2020 and 2021 has indeed been good to fast rising Urban Gospel Artiste Kobby Salm. From his album concert, the release of his hit single “ASEDA” fast forward to his nominations at The VGMA, 3music Awards & NGMA respectively.

Following his exploits and work input over the years without doubts, he is the hottest when it comes to the new phase of gospel music now.

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Gospel Artiste KobbySalm, after celebrating one year anniversary of his debut album “IN THE MIDST OF COMFORT” which was a success last Saturday 5th September 2021, is now set to drop visuals for “YOUR PRESENCE IS HEAVEN,” track number 6 off the In The Midst Of Comfort Album.

“YOUR PRESENCE IS HEAVEN” is a song that talks about staying in the presence of God and waiting on Him regardless of one’s particular state. The song features one of Urban Gospel’s Finest Vocalist Edem Evangelist.

According to the Gospel musician, Israel Houghton’s Song which had the same title and his favorite Aswell inspired him to write ‘YOUR PRESENCE IS HEAVEN’.

He further stated that “ The song was one of my favorite songs When I joined the Christian faith and it actually motivated me to do an afrobeat version of it Because I believe there is something unique when u are in the presence of God”


Visuals for “YOUR PRESENCE IS HEAVEN” officially drops on 10th September 2021 on YouTube, Audio already out on all digital Platforms And Stores. It promises to be a blessing and to also win souls for Christ.

Believing in the Urban Gospel dream, KobbySalm over the past years has gradually gained the love of music lovers and the industry as a whole.

In August 2020, KobbySalm released his debut album “In The Midst of Comfort” which is themed on not getting obsessed with things of the world. The album contains Twenty (20) tracks which include; ‘Pray’, ‘Obiara Nse Wo’, ‘Show Me The Way, ‘God Dey’, ‘Sambele’, and many others. It was released on 30th, August 2020.


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Love is best appreciated by the undeserving – Ps. Amos Kevin-Annan


Counsellor, Consultant and Inspirational speaker, Amos Kevin-Annan, has asserted that love is best appreciated by the people who seem or happen to deserve it the least.

Speaking on the Springboard Hangout Show which is hosted by Comfort Ocran on eTV Ghana, he reported that often times in our mind, when we relate to people, we may feel that they are undeserving of our love and therefore, we deny them that.

He advised against this and said, “We must come to a point of appreciating the fact that loving one another is actually a human trait because to that extent, you’re going to dignify them in how you speak to them, how you conduct yourself around them and how you validate or invalidate them”.

According to the counsellor, if we invalidate another person, we end up dehumanizing them but when we validate them, then we elevate them to the status in which we find ourselves. By so doing, “the maxim of love your neighbor as yourself begins to find expression in what you’re doing”.

Pastor Kevin-Annan emphasized on the importance of seeing people as our equals and loving them as we love themselves because on his accord, we only get treated how we treat people and if we love others, then we will not treat them as we do not want to be treated.

He concluded that simply seeing others as our equal makes us heed two strong advises from the Bible that say “Love your neighbor as yourself” and “Do unto others as you want others to do unto you”.

By: Maureen Dedei Quaye

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I Was The First Gospel Musician To Have My Song Aired On Radio And TV Stations That Were Not Playing Gospel Songs – Cwesi Oteng


Ghanaian Gospel musician, Cwesi Oteng has talked about one of his achievements.

Cwesi revealed a milestone he attained in the music scene when speaking in an interview on Joy Prime

He stated that he was the first Gospel musician to have his song aired on radio and television stations that were not playing Gospel songs.

Cwesi Oteng believes God used him to do something that has not been done.

He considered it as a beautiful legacy.

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Apostle Agyenim Boateng joins Plan B 104.5 FM


Renowned Ghanaian radio preacher Apostle Agyenim Boateng is back on the airwaves after an exit from Kasapa Fm. Apostle Agyenim Boateng announced that he has officially joined Plan B 104.5 Fm to continue his live worship and morning radio program.

Apostle Agyenim Boateng is set to host ‘’Aseda Mmere’’ every Monday – Friday 10 am to 12 pm. In a post sighted on Facebook, Apostle Agyenim expressed his appreciation to God and to all his followers for praying and supporting him. He wrote ‘’ Hi family. Let’s give thanks to God for his loving-kindness. The new name is Aseda Mmere’’.


Some pictures from the official unveiling of Apostle Agyenim at Plan B FM

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Video: Let’s love Gays and Lesbians although God hates their act – Eric Jeshrun


Ghanaian Gospel musician, Eric Jeshrun has admonished that there is a need for us as Ghanaians to show love to Gays and Lesbians.

Despite the fact that a section of the Ghanaian populace have expressed their disdain and dislike against the LGBTQI community, the “Yahweh Victory Chant” hitmaker speaking in an interview with Sammy Kay on the Go online show, asserted that there is a need to love them even though God hates their act.

He explained that their act is an outright sin, but God loves them, yet dislikes their sinful act.

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Kobby Salm’s set to release “God Dey” on August 27


The Ghanaian singer-songwriter, Kobby Salm, will be dropping the visuals of “God Dey” on August 27.

The urban Gospel sensation took to his official Facebook account on Wednesday to announce the release. He posted “you surely gonna love this…brace yourselves for 27th August “GOD DEY” audio and video dropping”.

“God Dey” is a song that encourages Christians to have faith in God and also be assured that there is light at the end of the tunnel.

The yet-to-be-released song will be available on all digital platforms and on his social media handles including YouTube. The single is from his debut Album “IN THE MIDST OF COMFORT” (ITMOC).

The “Aseda” hitmaker, Kobby Salm is tipped as the most promising Gospel artiste, was nominated in this year’s Vodafone Ghana Music Awards ‘Best Gospel Song of the Year’ category with his song “Jejeli” which features Okeysokey.

Following his exploits and hard work over the years, the song “Jejeli”, also earned him nomination at the 3 Music Awards as “Best New Act of The Year”.

Kindly follow Kobby Salm on all social media platforms and click on the link below to pre-save and be the first to listen the new banger “God Dey”.


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Video: I Want To Collaborate With Shatta Wale – Legendary Hannah Marfo


It’s quite unusual for a gospel musician to endorse a secular Musician since it’s being perceive that secular music is satanic. But legendary Ghanaian female gospel musician, Hannah Marfo has defied that perception.

Speaking in an exclusive interview with Dr. Who – host of Hot Rush Drive on Accra-based Hot 93.9FM, the legendary Gospel musician who was asked whether it’s prudent for a gospel musician to collaborate with a secular musician said:

“For me I like Shatta Wale …i want to collaborate with him ..Since God has not come to seperate sinners from the righteous,we wouldn’t know who would really go to heaven…no one can judge ..we are all humans”. Hannah Marfo told Dr.Who

“If Jesus Christ allowed the prostitute to clean his toe with her hair while on the cross, why can’t we also be one. we can use the collaborations to bring them to Christ”. The ‘Kristofoo Adooso’ hitmaker added

The legendary Gospel musician who shot to fame after releasing her first album in 1994 advised that: “The current state of Christendom is all about gossiping…gossiping is derailing Christians from focusing on worshipping God…We should stop judging people…What we must rather do is to pray to God to deliver us from temptation and give us eternal life”.

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