A few weeks after the release of Sarkodie’s ‘No Pressure’ album, gospel musician, MOG Music has opened up on his collaboration with the rapper on the ‘I’ll be there’ track.
The musicians responded to concerns about working with acts that do not belong to the gospel fraternity.
The singer told JoyNews that collaborating with a secular musician is not a challenge for him.
MOG explained that he is open to teaming up with artistes of any genre as long as the message resonates with him.
“For me, it’s the orientation. So far as it sits with me and the message is right, I believe I can make a positive impact.
“Sarkodie and I are childhood friends. He sent me the song, I liked it, and I jumped on it. In fact, if any secular musician walks up to me and has a good gospel song, I’ll jump on it,” he said. Known in real life as Nana Yaw Boakye, MOG Music joins a handful of gospel musicians to collaborate with a secular artiste.
Known in real life as Nana Yaw Boakye, MOG Music joins a handful of gospel musicians to collaborate with a secular artiste.
The likes of Herty Borngreat and Yaw Sarpong are among a few others who have ventured into the space.
MOG Music is a Ghanaian contemporary gospel singer, songwriter and Pastor.
He won the Male Vocalist of the Year 2020, and 2021 Vodafone Ghana Music Award MOG Music released his first album in 2016, ‘New Wine’, which earned him African Gospel Music Awards Nominations for ‘Album of the Year’ and ‘Discovery of the Year’.
He has collaborated and performed with numerous gospel musicians, including Ohemaa Mercy, Joe Mettle, Denzel Prempeh, Danny Nettey, Nii Okai, and Ron Kenoly.
He was recognised as the Producer of the Year at the 2020 VGMA’s.