Eugene Zuta to release ‘Faithful God’ on March 22

Eugene Zuta

Gospel Music Minister, Eugene Zuta set to release his first single in 2019 titled “Faithful God” on Friday, 22nd March. The song which comes as first of his last released in 2018 was recorded by KODA at Koded Studios.

Having released a number of hits songs, the gospel singer has more than 200 thousand views with few videos released on his Youtube Channel.

According to Eugene Zuta, he had an inspiration for “Faithful God” on stage in Kumasi a year ago, he decided to link up with his Producer “KODA” and decided to put the song into production.

He also said, “It is his prayer this song will come out and be a blessing to the sons of God and receives testimonies in their Lives”.

Just to mention a few, Eugene Zuta has many hit songs including Nkunim (Victory) Ye bo Som wo, Yesu Kristo, Oga, Fa Me Ye, It is Well, I give It all to You, Akpe, Sewo and Adoration.

Watch “Faithful God” Music Trailer below.

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Female gospel artistes should be managed by their husbands – Joyce Blessing advises

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Gospel Musician Joyce Blessing has stated, she will forever remain positive as a child of God and has no time to make sorrowful songs when God has blessed her beyond measures.

According to the ‘’Boot for Boot’’ hitmaker during the interview with Dave hammer on Hello Entertainment Review on Saturday, March 9, her journey in the gospel industry so far has been wonderful as she always put up powerful songs to glorify the lord despite the criticism which comes her way.

She further explained that her husband ‘’Dave Joy’’ started the journey with her since day one and she feels it is advisable, comfortable and very peaceful for female gospel musicians to be managed by their husbands if possible.

Also, her husband doesn’t treat her like his wife when it come to serious business because; he doesn’t tolerate lazy behaviors towards the achievement of their goals and as such, they achieve their goals set as a team in the industry.

Joyce Blessing ended by stressing that she will never stop wearing trousers and sneakers because she works with a lot of energy on stage and is comfortable moving around in such outfits.

Watch the video of Joyce Blessings interview with Dave Hammer below:


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Music must meet the needs of people – Diana Hopeson

Diana Hopeson

Ghanaian gospel musician, Diana Hopeson has said music is a therapy which should meet the needs of people.

Speaking on the Christian Entertainment Review Show [CER] hosted by Belinda Akosua Biamah Asiamah on GN TV, she encouraged fellow women to live up to expectation by making a significant impact at areas they have been called to serve.

Commenting on the topic: Women in Gospel Ministry, The former MUSIGA President urged women in the Arts industry to focus on other professions since the economy is not viable enough to survive on one career.

“It’s important to know the area God has called you. Are you called to the hospital? Are you called to the prisons? Are you called for Women’s Group or Are you called for the nursing mothers?. Find an area so that you can have that fulfillment.

“There is someone who loves to be around the nursing mothers or be a doctor. If you know you have that mix the two as you heal them, sing to them because there is therapy in music.

“What I’m trying to say is that because of the economic situation of the profession, if you have to do other jobs and balance, do it and let it flow naturally.”

According to her, being a musician is relatively not about putting singles together to make an album.

She stated that one can exhibit her music prowess in other fields of their endeavours ministering to the people around them.

Hopeson further advised that the art of music is divine and effective. It is the food of the soul and spirit.

Adding that through the power and charm of music, the spirit of man is uplifted so one need not to impress with the talent they have.

“You don’t necessarily need to have an album before you would be a musician. Let the music meet the need of the people around you, where you are. Some people got their contract on the field when they were just doing what they love doing best so you don’t have to force, rush and try to impress. Just let your gift be seen where it’s needed, that is the essence of it.” Diana Hopeson said on the CER Show on GN TV

Mrs. Diana Hopeson is a Missionary, Recording and Performing Artist with nine (9) albums. She has travelled extensively as a Minstrel and an Itinerant Minister of Music and a Conference Speaker.

She is a Board Member of the Ghana Music Rights Owners Society of Ghana (GHAMRO) and has been instrumental in making policies for the creative industry especially Music and have served on other National Boards and Committees including the National Theatre, Copyright Owners Society of Ghana (COSGA) which is now GHAMRO, The Vodafone Ghana music Awards (VGMA) and the National Intellectual Property Policy Committee.

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Joe Mettle blasts government for not investing in the arts


Ghanaian gospel maestro, Joe Mettle, has descended on the government for not paying attention to the creative arts industry.

Speaking in an interview with AJ Sarpong on Citi TV’s ‘Hall of Fame,’ he noted unlike other countries, the Ghanaian government takes from the creatives but does nothing for them in return.

He cited a recent attempt by the Ghana Revenue Authority on taxing the works of all creative artists.

“Countries that take taxes from the industry invest back into the industry. So if you are not investing in the industry and you are taking from the industry, you are killing it,” he noted.

“What investment would you say the government has made to the creative arts. Tell me. Give me one or two,” he added.

He also said that in South Africa there are halls that are built by the state where people who belong to their music association hold events in the halls on fairly good rates. He said in an industry like that, it is not painful to pay taxes.

He demonstrated the high fares event organisers pay to auditoriums for their shows and the high taxes they pay to the government while hosting such concerts.

This is not the first time government has been criticised for not helping the creative sector.

Most stakeholders of the arts have been on the neck of government for failing to fulfil its promise of building 9 large seating theatres, setting a creative arts fund, copyright court, among others.

he 2017 Vodafone Ghana Music Awards Artiste of the Year is currently out with his new single titled ‘Me Hia Wo Yesu.’


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My head pastor left me to die because of TV set – Ohemaa Mercy

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Award-winning gospel musician, Mercy Twum-Ampofo, popularly known as Ohemaa Mercy has urged Christians out there to desist from putting all their eggs in one basket because it is a move that can be very dangerous at the end.

She gave this important advice when she was sharing the sad story of how she almost died some years ago because of the ‘wickedness’ of one man of God. Speaking on Agyenkwa FM’s entertainment review show, Ohemaa Mercy told B Ice that a pastor they ministered at his church told her that he was going to use the money, which could save her life after she had some complication with her pregnancy, to purchase a television for his children.

The ‘Aseda’ hitmaker revealed that surprisingly enough throughout her nine-month pregnancy she was always on her feet at the church of this man of God ministering songs to the delight of everyone in the church but still he didn’t have pity on her.

In all of this, Ohemaa Mercy’s simple message is that Christians should not be too dependent on people because if pastors can fail, then anybody can fail them.

Mercy Twum-Ampofo currently promoting her latest and powerful album ‘My Set Time, her seventh studio album.

The album has songs like: “Onim Me (God knows Me), Testify, Anoyie (The Answer), Favour, Onyame Beye (God Will Do It), and a few others and it features sensational musicians and award-winning sound engineers, Nacee and Morris Baby Face.

Watch the video of the interview of Ohemaa Mercy with B Ice below:


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My marriage announcement will be a surprise – Joe Mettle


Ghanaian gospel singer and songwriter, Joseph Oscar Mettle better known by his stage name Joe Mettle, has revealed that his move from being a bachelor to a married man will be a surprise.

Making reference to how he surprisingly sets date for his album unveiling, the manager of Reverb Studios told the host of Christian Entertainment Review Show on GN TV, Nii Noi that he will do same when he is about to tie the knot.

“I’ll marry very very soon. My marriage announcement will be like my album launch. It will definitely happen.”Joe Mettle said

There have been several talks about the love life of the VGMA 2017 artiste of the year.

Joe although a marketer by profession, is a worshipper by calling. He is the first gospel musician to win VGMAArtiste of the year in 2017.

Mettle recently released visuals of his highly anticipated single titled ‘Mehia Wo Yesu (Jesus I need You).

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WATCH: If you don’t give Tithe you are an armed robber – Musician


Senior Pastor of Praying Family Chapel, Rev P.K Boadi in an interview with Foster Romanus on e.TV Ghana’s Late Nite Celebrity Show has slammed Christians who don’t pay tithe.

Christians of different denominations have spoken on whether it is compulsory or not to pay tithe.

According to Rev P.K, it is mandatory for Christians to pay their tithes because it is “a commandment of the Lord”.

“I am shocked that a Christian will debate on paying tithes; it is something you have to do or bring; it is a command. You go to church, the pastor officiates your wedding, when you have an issue you call your pastor to help” he stated.

Someone told me in London that she/he prefers to give tithe to the needy. If you are in trouble will you call the needy to help you? I take tithe in my church. If you don’t give tithe, you are an armed robber. It is in the book of Malachi that you are stealing from God”, he added.

Rev P.K Boadi is also an International Gospel Musician and a songwriter.

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Faffa shakes the destiny of Ghanaian Gospel, drops new video “Kpegbadza” for TV


Ghanaian Gospel Singer, Faffa, launches debut video for 2019, titled “Kpegbadza”, an Ewe parlance which connotes a ‘Solid Rock’, meaning ‘Tesa’ in Ga, ‘Obotantim’ in Akan, ‘Dussi May Girma’ in Hausa.

“Kpegbadza” is an old folkloric Ewe song the singer has recoined with more vibrant lyrics to fit urban gospel appeal. The official video directed by Kofi Awuah was produced by the legendary Ghanaian instrumentalist, Kwame Yeboah.

She drops the official video for TV on Monday, February 4th on Joy Prime TV at 2:00pm while she embarks on her media promotional tour for the project.

In Kpegbadza she says “Stone rains may fall, Storms may blow, Earth may quake, Fires may fall like rain. But once I dwell on the Rock, I will fear nothing”.

“Kpegbadza” is one of the singles of her upcoming 3rd album. The audio for the song was released in January 2019. She is very optimistic of entering the VGMAs with the 3rd album.

Her ‘Purpose Song’ grabbed two awards out of 5 categories in the NGMA 2018 for ‘Best Gospel Video’ and ‘Corporate Song of the Year’. “Make Me Wanna” also won ‘Best Hiphop song’ in the NGMA 2017.

Faffa also has other songs like ‘Ewo Koe Nye Mawu’, ‘Mevalo’. She joins the league of Eweland treasure songbirds such as Bella Bellow and Angelique Kidjo, as she works her way up the music ladder.

You can connect with Faffa here on social media;

– Instagram & Twitter: @FaffaMusicWorld
– Facebook: FAFFA
(Story: Elorm Beenie)
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My dad didn’t want me to do only music – Diana Hamilton


Ghanaian UK  based Gospel musician Diana Antwi Hamilton has revealed that she is living the life her father prayed for her.

In an interview with Nii Noi on the Christian Entertainment Review Show on GN TV, Mrs. Hamilton said her late father wanted her to have a profession by doing other jobs in addition to her music ministry.

Reacting to claim that her father wanted her to only focus on her nursing career, the ‘Mo Ne Yo’ hitmaker, disclosed that her father did support both careers.

“My dad supported me 100%, my headmaster told me in JHS to do music as a course but my father said he doesn’t want me to do only music as a profession though it is a ministry on its own. He didn’t want me to get to the point whereby if I don’t sing, I do n’t eat or can’t take care of myself and my family, he wanted me to have another professional job and still do music”, Mrs. Hamilton said.

According to her, she is doing music as her ministry because it is her calling and it brings fulfillment.

“My dad said when it gets to a point where music is taking over and I can’t do nursing, then I can give my music career the utmost priority,” she said.

She also explained that most of her songs were her experiences in life, recounting on how for almost six years of marriage she had not put to birth but her husband’s family never had issues with her childbearing problem.

“My family and my husband’s family never had problems with me for not giving birth for almost 6 years. All songs I have released have a story connected to my life history.” She disclosed.

She advised women who are still barren to still trust in God, give reverence to their husbands, and at the right time, God will answer their prayers.

Diana Antwi Hamilton has released a lot of singles including, Osoro Bekasa, Ensi wo yie, Yehowa be hwe wo, mo ne yo and many more.

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Some rising gospel artistes are better than most mainstream gospel acts – Rose Adjei


Gospel musician Rose Adjei has said most up-and-coming gospel musicians are better than established gospel artistes musically.

In an interview with Nii Noi on the Christian Entertainment Review Show on GN TV, the gospel songstress indicated that some budding gospel artistes though do not get the needed recognition as the mainstream gospel artistes, their music craft is worth investing in.

According to her, most promising gospel artistes work their way to the top without the help of any well-established artistes.

“Most people will never come around you when you’re struggling but will wait when things get better. Some of the up and coming artistes are even better than some of the A-list gospel artistes. Everybody wants to associate themselves with great people but nobody wants to help you to rise to the top and that is why I, Rose Adjei will never give up.”

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