Veteran Ghanaian Gospel musician, Mary Ghansah has disclosed the challenge she went through when she decided to do Gospel reggae some years ago.
Discussing how the Gospel music genre has evolved with Stella Seal and Bliss Kingg on ‘Xpressive Show’, Mary recounted how she was crucified by a section of Christians in the country.
The Woman of God recalled these people said she was backsliding for doing Gospel reggae at the time.
She was visibly happy that it has now become a norm and Christians are accepting contemporary Gospel songs and genres.
The ‘Enka Ekyir’ composer also revealed the negative comments she received when she hosted a live worship and performed the song.
Mary Ghansah further talked about the record she set in the Ghanaian music scene.
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