Ghanaian contemporary gospel singer and songwriter, Nana Yaw Boakye, otherwise known as MOG Music has revealed the challenge he went through after he featured Sarkodie on a song.
He said the Christian fraternity didn’t give him space to breathe following the collaboration.
MOG addressing a section of the Ghanaian media at a press conference which was attended by zionfelix.net stated that the backlash from Christians after his collaboration with Sarkodie won’t stop him from working with other secular musicians.
He indicated that there is a place for secular artistes in the church so it is important for Christians to accept and show them love.
MOG believes secular musicians sitting at the feet of pastors who preach the clean word of God will be refined and their lyrics will be more polished.
He was hopeful that with time, Christians will accept urban music.
MOG Music released ‘Making It Big’ which featured Sarkodie in May 2018, a song that got him being chastised by some Christians in the country.
Watch how MOG Music narrated his story and challenges after he decided to do urban music below.