Gospel Singer Niiella talks about ‘fake hypers’ who don’t correct gospel musicians to help improve their craft

The UK based Ghanaian gospel singer Niella Danquah popularly known as Niiella took to social media to express her concerns about the growing number of fake fans and hypers in the Ghanaian gospel industry.

According to the sensational singer, many of these people never correct or give constructive criticism geared towards the artist’s craft improvement. Instead, many of these people clap their hands and hype the artist and go home ‘gossiping’ about how poorly a vocal performance had been.

Many gospel singers according to her get stuck at a point without any measurable growth, especially in their vocals because they feel they have ‘reached’ as they have never been offered a word of correction when they fault vocally.

Gospel Singer Niiella hits hard against 'fake hypers'

She recounted ministering at a Joe Mettle worship concert at a point where she could not hit her notes perfectly with precision, but the worship was powerful and the crowd worshipped with her beautifully. At the end of the program, a brother drew her attention to this reality and she started working on it. In her quest to get better with her note precision, she got herself a vocal coach, something many gospel singers hardly do especially in Ghana.

In her own words;

I dunno why this post rubbed some people the wrong way when it’s straight facts! But A LOT of you agreed with me. I just want to see my people win! That’s all. 💜💜

Disclaimer:
Some of you are genuinely not musically inclined and so if someone does something that sounds out of the box you’ll be like whoa… not talking about y’all • Some of you may be hyping a friend who is shy or not confident so even if they do a little flip you’ll hype them to be encouraging so they don’t stop… not talking y’all either. • I’m addressing the fake hypers who will hype in the moment and talk about the person later knowing fully well they need to work on their craft. Now that… ain’t cool. If you don’t have anything positive to say. Say nothing. It’s better than being fake.

 

To the humorous singer Niiella and many others like her, it is all for the growth of the industry and to see a lot of gospel musicians from the country move higher onto international platforms.

 

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I dunno why this post rubbed some people the wrong way when it’s straight facts! But A LOT of you agreed with me. I just want to see my people win! That’s all. 💜💜 • • Disclaimer: • Some of you are genuinely not musically inclined and so if someone does something that sounds out of the box you’ll be like whoa… not talking about y’all • Some of you may be hyping a friend who is shy or not confident so even if they do a little flip you’ll hype them to be encouraging so they don’t stop… not talking y’all either. • I’m addressing the fake hypers who will hype in the moment and talk about the person later knowing fully well they need to work on their craft. Now that… ain’t cool. If you don’t have anything positive to say. Say nothing. It’s better than being fake.

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