Gospel Musicians Who Neglect the Church Kill Their Craft – Akesse Brempong

Gospel Musicians Who Neglect the Church Kills Their Craft – Akesse Brempong

Ghanaian reggae gospel musician Akesse Brempong has said that gospel musicians who neglect the church, will kill their craft.

According to the gospel minister, the church is the primary source of income for gospel musicians according to gigs they play.

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Adding that, most corporate programs do not mostly call gospel musicians for their programs as compared to the number of secular musicians.

“When a corporate institution organises a program, they can call about six secular musicians and one gospel musician,” Akesse disclosed.

Referencing a documentary, about 55-60 percent of a musicians’ income is from gigs.

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“The church is the place where most gospel musicians get their gigs so once you neglect the primary source of your income which is the church, your craft dies,” he revealed.

Speaking on Sammy Flex TV on Wednesday, June 17, 2020, Akesse Brempong stated that MTN Ghana Stands in Worship, Adom Praise among others are the only big shows for Ghanaian gospel musicians.

By Adwoa Selly | asiwomewrites.com | Ghana

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