Patience Nyarko, a gospel singer, has revealed that many gospel musicians in Ghana are struggling.
Because they are afraid of public intimidation, the gospel artists would rather swallow their awful living conditions than make it public or seek help, according to her.
On Peace FM’s ‘Entertainment Review’ Show, she told host Kwasi Aboagye about how some of her colleagues have had to keep quiet about their struggles so they don’t become victims of social media trolls, and how others who have amazing songs but are having a difficult time giving birth.
“Many gospel musicians are so scared that they remain silent even when something bothers them, fearing that if they speak up, they would be verbally assaulted. Even when it’s their legal right to recover their money when someone squanders it, they won’t say anything because they’re afraid that if they do, people will mock them… sometimes, their songs stay in their rooms because they don’t have the capital to promote them… so gospel artists are suffering “she stated
She stated that secular artists have an advantage over them, noting the following: “You can’t take Shatta’s money without his permission. He’ll make a fuss over it “A gospel musician, on the other hand, cannot.
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