One of Ghana’s finest DJ, Samuel Nartey, popularly known as DJ Awanna has disclosed that most Gospel musicians have good songs but don’t make the headlines because they have bad interpersonal relationship.
DJ Awanna was speaking on Hitz Fm’s Cruise Control “Hang Out” segment hosted by Kwame B when the issue of born again and switching from secular songs to Gospel cropped up.
According to DJ Awanna most secular musicians might have received their “calling” but their attitude makes it difficult to fulfill such calling. Hip life artiste, Teophilus Tagoe, popularly known as Castro also revealed his dream of becoming a pastor.
According to him, he waiting for God’s ‘calling’ since he believes he was born to serve and worship the most high with his song ministration. Should that happen, Castro will join the likes of KK Kabobo, Lord Kenya and Ofori Amponsah who have switched from secular music to gospel.
Castro started singing at the tender age of 10 and has several albums to his credit. Before he launched his debut album in 2003, he had featured on hip-life group 4X4 hit track, ‘sikletele’ which officially introduced him into the local music scene.
Just before his mega blaster ‘Toffee’, which really propelled him into the limelight, Castro had featured on Buk Bakk’s album which also made a great impact in the music arena.
His dreams are to retire and become a producer and also has a vision to help bring talented but hidden young artistes into the limelight.
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