Promote decency through music  …Nana Serwaa admonishes musicians

Promote decency through music  …Nana Serwaa admonishes musicians

• Nana Serwaa Yeboah

Gospel Musician Nana Ser­waa Yeboah has admon­ished singers in Ghana to promote decency in their craft.

According to the fast-rising singer, many youngsters easi­ly idolize entertainers they see on television, so gospel musicians must ensure they do not present themselves in a manner which does not please God.

Nana Serwaa gave the advice in an interview with The Spectator following the release of her latest single titled, “I’m grateful.”

The new track, she said touches on the relevance of being appreciative of the bless­ings of God, adding that she got the inspiration to compose it because God had been very mer­ciful to her and her loved ones.

“God has brought salvation to my home and because I am a musician sometimes when I want to praise him I put the words into writing and compose a song out of it. My God is worthy of my praise and as long as I have breath I will keep offering him the fruit of my lips,” she added.

The Musician cum evangelist revealed she currently had five songs to her credit which have been titled “medawase”, “wa y3 bi da”, “Mi hia wo”, “Ye twiri no” and her latest track “I’m grateful.”

She also stated that plans were far advanced to launch her maiden album, calling on individuals and organisations to also support rising musicians as artistes also contributed sig­nificantly to the sustenance of the creative arts industry of the country while promoting morali­ty among their fans.

The singer, who is also a marketer advised the youth to desist from living sinful lives and called on the media to reduce the promotion of contents that corrupt good manners.

 By Raissa Sambou

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