There is no power in today’s Gospel songs – Noble Nketsiah

Veteran gospel music star Noble Nketsiah has revealed that the kind of gospel songs we have in the system has really lost its touch and power.

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A lot of people usually complain about this especially comparing the old gospel tunes to the new ones.

The gospel artist in an interview with DJ SMART(Eld), The Supreme Gospel Selector on the powerful NHYIRA BOSUO show on LIFE 94.3 MHz, disclosed that,

Gospel music is not entertainment, gospel music should come and educate the people, bless the people and touch their lives so if it doesn’t serve that purpose, it takes a whole lot of things from them. Truly it has lost its touch and power cos the ones (artists) coming of late are not really understanding the purpose to which they’re been called to do what they’re doing.”

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He added that when you fail to understand your calling, you miss the point and when you miss the point too, whatever comes out of it is always less and it doesn’t have an impact.

He advised the young coming ones to learn and to be ready to understand why they are being called, through prayer and supplication being the center of it all and not just what people want.

Gospel music isn’t about what is trending but about what God wants you to give to His people because God knows what His people need at every point in time.. If you allow yourself for God to give you your songs, and direct you as to the way you should go, that is the only way you can touch lives.” He added.

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He sited Cindy Thompson’s  ”Awurade Kasa”, Nana Yaw Asare’s ”Odomankoma”and Daughters’ ”Nea Yehunu Yi” which came in the right time and really touched the lives of people and made positive change all over.

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