No need for competition in Gospel sector—Melody Frimpong

By: Kofi Duah
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FOR Gospel musician Melody Frimpong, competition among Gospel musicians is needless especially when they have a common goal which is to propagate the word of God.

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She believes Gospel musicians should not pitched against each other but rather unite and stay focus in order to win souls for the Lord.
“Personally, I think there is too much competition in the Gospel fraternity but that should not be the case since our main motivation is to use the word of God to change lives.
“It is quite unfortunate to read news or even listen to interviews where some Gospel artistes pass unfortunate comments about their colleagues. Some even go to the extent of comparing what they wear which is obviously below the belt.
“We are all equal before the Lord and most importantly, we serve one God so we should stay committed to our cause which is spreading the word of God,” she told Graphic Showbiz recently.
According to Melody Frimpong, Gospel artistes must be united to fight the battle of immorality which is making many of our youth drifting away from their promising future.
“There are so many things we can invest our time and energies into other than who makes the best hits or has the larger following or even the best voice among others.
“Such things are needless especially at a time when Christians are being accused of losing the fight. Let’s be focused and together with our gifts from God combined, we will bring the needed change to the world,” she said.
Signed on to Cebex Production, Melody Frimpong is currently promoting her latest song, Boa Yen which encourages people to resort to prayers in difficult times.
She explained the promotion of the song had been quite slow because of Covid-19 which had affected almost everything in the world.
“But for this pandemic, Boa Yen would have been all over the airwaves but all the same, it is getting some good reviews,” she stated.
Melody Frimpong, a graduate of Mfantsiman Secondary School is working on the release of her album soon.