Over the week, a gospel music video created a huge controversy on social media and within the Ghanaian music fraternity.
The seven seconds video highlights a veteran Ghanaian Highlife artiste, Naa Agyeman. In the video, the tune which is titled ‘Testimony’ features America-based Ghanaian gospel artiste MIQ B.
A month ago, sources indicated that, Naa Agyemang’s supposed move to cease doing mainstream music to follow the strides of Highlife artiste Ofori Amponsah who passed secular music to putting up his own congregation in 2012.
Ofori Amponsah was blamed for turning into a Pastor basically in light of the ‘offering’ he would get from his congregation. Incidentally, Highlife music has throughout recent years been neglected to have an effect on the music business.
Indeed, the melody named ‘Testimony’ is a motivational tune that as per sources is planned to drop on Friday, September 2, 2022.
Naa Agyeman is notable for beast hit melodies, for example, ‘Sugar Cane’, Mr. Ode ft. Terry Bonchaka, ‘Kwahu Bepo’, ‘No credit’ ft. Master Nkz, ‘Kwame Ahe’, ‘Alomo’, ‘Ketewa’, ‘Juliana’, ‘Opono Hini Me’ (Traffic).
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