God loves my secular music – Lady Prempeh

Ghanaian Gospel artiste, Lady Prempeh says God loves her secular songs. Speaking on Hello FM, she stated that God has no issues with her collaborating with secular artistes because...

Ghanaian Gospel artiste, Lady Prempeh says God loves her secular songs.

Speaking on Hello FM, she stated that God has no issues with her collaborating with secular artistes because he is more interested about the heart of individuals.

“I don’t think God had a problem with ‘Odo Yi Wohe’ because the lyrics in the song were praising God. “There were no foul words in the song and that is all that matters. God looks at the heart and not the individual singing the song,” explained the act.

“I don’t see anything wrong with featuring secular artistes on my songs provided the secular artistes are coming with clean lyrics.”

Prempeh previously collaborated with Asem and Richie on her song ‘Odo Yi Wo He’ in 2008, and Praye on the song ‘Tetebotan.’

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The 2005 Ghana Music Awards New Gospel Artiste of the Year winner also spoke about the possibility of work with Kuami Eugene: “This young guy is very talented I can win a lot of souls through him.”

She recently released ‘Enka Ho Da’ and ‘Aseda’ off her upcoming album.

SOURCE: Winegah Perry Edwin/livefmghana.com/Ghana/91.9FM/

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