Celebrated gospel trio group, Daughters of Glorious Jesus have descended heavily on some current gospel musicians who snubs them and other music veterans when they meet at events.
The veteran trio bemoaned the ostracized attitude of the musicians towards the so-called old school gospel acts in the country.
During an interview with Kwabena Boafo on Happy FM‘s Adwuma Mmere Nie, the celebrated group also urged gospel musicians to humble themselves in every way and they must allow their music to speak to them first.
“As for the talents they have and they [gospel musicians] must know that it was given to them by God for a purpose.”
“For over thirty years we’ve been with the man who helped groomed us into who we are today and we are still humble under his authority. Loyalty and faithfulness to our spiritual leaders is one of the secrets that have kept succeeding.”
The group which consists of Cynthia Appiadu as their lead singer, Edna Sarpong and Monica Owusu Ansah, released their debut hit song in 1990 titled “Awanwa Do”.
They are currently promoting their upcoming gospel concert titled “Daughters Back To Back Concert” and it’s slated for Sunday, April 22, at the Charismatic Evangelistic Ministry at 4pm.
Their new album will be launched at the concert and every ticket bought comes with one free CD of their new album.
By: Nii Ankrah Joseph/Susan Agyemang