Let’s Take A Look At The Many Love Songs Being Produced; It Is Leading To Promiscuity – Diana Hopeson

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Veteran Ghanaian gospel musician, Diana Hopeson, has observed that the many love songs being produced are leading the youth into promiscuity.

She advised that measures should be put in place to check the content of songs being churned out.

“The love they are talking about, you can tell that there is some promiscuity around it,” she said in an interview with Andy Dosty on Hitz FM.

She explained that every artiste on their album may have other songs but “I noticed that most of them will like to promote love songs.”

Diana, who was a former MUSIGA President said the end result for promiscuity will teenage pregnancies–since the majority of the Ghanaian population are youth.

However, the ‘Koso Aba’ singer clarified that she nothing against love songs because “love songs are needed in every marriage, relationship” but the way musicians are doing it now calls for some attention.

She also called for certain songs to be played at a time that those who are underage cannot ‘consume’.

“You see that the child is ignorant about it but that is what he or she is hearing,” she said.
The gospel musician urged DJs to stop playing certain songs at certain times and choose songs that suit their shows.

“I’m not saying don’t make love songs,” she stressed and advised that musicians should also look at the very need of the country at the moment and produce songs that will uplift the citizens.

“At this moment I think we have lost it a bit in terms of throwing in everything,” she concluded.

Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku

I am a Ghanaian Broadcast Journalist/Writer who has an interest in General News, Sports, Entertainment, Health, Lifestyle and many more.

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