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Producing Secular Songs Doesn’t Make You Less Of A Christian – Cwesi Oteng

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Award Winning Gospel musician Cwesi Oteng has disclosed that he doesn’t see anything wrong for a Christian to do secular music.

Speaking in an interview with ZionFelix on the ‘Uncut’ Show, the musician, who is also a  Pastor stated that a good Christian can still come out with secular songs but the most important thing is the content. As long as it doesn’t preach violence then it’s good to go.

Pastor Oteng went ahead to reveal how he is mentoring a member of his church who wants to go into Dancehall music. He added that Christians must be allowed to do secular music because there is nothing wrong with it.

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He added that Christians who are forced to do gospel music instead of secular music are always struggling to make hit songs because their talent is in making secular music.

Cwesi argued that American singer Justin Bieber has not quit secular music after he gave his life to Jesus Christ. To him, Justin is now impacting more lives and winning souls for the Kingdom of God with his secular music.

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Malcolm Nuna, Khemikal, Others For ‘Laughline Comedy’ Show

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Lovers of stand-up comedy will on Saturday, June 4, witness a historic comedy show dubbed ‘Laughline Comedy Show’, which will feature talented Ghanaian comedians at the Silverbird Cinemas at Accra Mall.

Organised by Kasa Entertainment in collaboration with Silver Bird Cinemas, the event will feature some of Ghana’s finest comedians such as Khemikal, MJ The Comedian, Oh Joe, Sportoo, and a host of others.

They will be serving their fans with sterling never-to-be-forgotten performances.

Patrons of the Laughline Comedy Night will have a good laugh, as the comedians have promised to deliver a memorable night.

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Both comedy and music fans are expected to turn out in their numbers to enjoy their favourite stars on stage.

The show, which is aimed at giving established and up-and-coming Ghanaian comedians the platform to showcase and develop their talents, will also witness live musical performance by Rhyme Sony and a another performance by Malcolm Nuna.

The Laughline Comedy Show since its inception has carved a niche for itself in the Ghanaian comedy industry, and regular patrons of the event can attest to this fact.

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I’m Interested In Local Awards – King Promise

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Celebrated Ghanaian highlife/afrobeat singer, King Promise, has refuted allegations making waves on social media that his outfit is not interested in local awards.

For some time now, there have been some agitations on social media on why awards organisers including 3Music and VGMA have refused to acknowledge the hard works of King Promise at their events. According to them, since 2019, the ‘Chop Life’ crooner has not received any award in Ghana, but has received awards in Nigeria and other European countries, a situation they term as ‘unfair’ to his brand.

On the other side, some die-hard fans also believe that the Legacy Life Entertainment signee is more focused on making a global impact and receiving huge recognition with his songs rather than winning local awards, since he hardly posts his nominations on social media for vote support from fans.

Speaking to Berla Mundi on TV3’s Morning Show, ‘New Day’, King Promise emphatically stated that his outfit is very much interested in awards organised in Ghana, entreating his fans to turn a deaf ear to such news that local awards are of no value to his brand.

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“I have spoken to a couple of fans who always say after my win in 2019 at the VGMA, I have not received any award again. But honestly, I have no issue with the awards schemes in the country. [I] am always inspired to support the agenda of putting Ghana music on the Global map,” he said.

“On many social media platforms, many Ghanaians always question the organisers on why l am not being awarded after receiving many nominations. For me, with that, I feel like they see the hard works I put into my work, and am very grateful (sic),” he added.

King Promise further stated that his team members and management will interact with some of the organisers to find out their shortcomings and work towards receiving proper recognition when it comes to awards in Ghana.

Meanwhile, King Promise has released a new song titled ‘Ginger’, produced by Grammy-winning producer, JAE5, which is part of his much anticipated forthcoming 15-track album titled ‘The 5 Stars’.

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