I was heavily criticized for collaborating with a secular artiste Asem – Lady Prempeh

Gospel artiste Lady Prempeh, born Esther Abena Nyarkoa was criticized sometime past for her collaboration with Asem.

For that reason, she has decided to introduce a style of releasing songs which she thinks others may soon copy.

Gospel artiste Lady Prempeh, born Esther Abena Nyarkoa is convinced she is a pacesetter in the gospel music industry.

For that reason, she has decided to introduce a style of releasing songs which she thinks others may soon copy.

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To Lady Prempeh, people may consider her to be weird especially when as a gospel artiste she decides to collaborate with circular musicians such as Asem, Pamela, Richie and Praye.

In a radio interview on Accra based Hitz FM on Friday, Lady Prempeh explained: “I have always been a game changer, I did ‘odo yi wohe’ people didn’t understand it at that time, they felt it was weird but now, most gospel musicians are doing the same thing, so I think when I do it they will all follow.”

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The gospel artiste also stressed that her church has no problem with her because the church understands she was winning souls to Christ.

“…it was our main target, so I should rather be applauded than to be bashed.”

The award-winning singer also disclosed how her gospel colleagues have criticized her for featuring a secular musician, Asem in a song.

“…even some of my colleagues were criticizing me because I did a song with Asem…but for now, the game has changed and they are following the trend I set.”

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