It’s an easy sight these days to notice a sudden upsurge of the plush lifestyles of certain gospel music artists, who have made it into the limelight and have their songs being aired on a daily basis on mainstream media.
It’s in the light of such recent occurrences that the Chief Operating Officer (C.O.O.) of Remnant studios, a modern state-of-the-art live rehearsal and music recording facility located on the Spintex road in Accra, Ghana, has voiced out his concerns on such negative ethics that has in recent times, loomed on within the gospel music fraternity.
Pastor Reindorf Owusu Bempah lamented that these acts after gaining fame and great success in the industry quickly seek to overly upgrade their standard of living with those from Kumasi relocating to expensive residences in Accra and those in Accra further naturalizing in the developed first-world countries.
The C.O.O. advised culprits to desist from such self-centered endeavours and rather take on diverse corporate social responsibilities in order to give back to the society that once supported them and pushed their music and ministries to what it is now.
He also added that they could equally take on some new up and coming acts in the gospel domain and groom them up as they pursue the paths they once towed.
Pastor Reindorf Owusu Bempah has extensively hosted both local and international acts in his studios including Micah Stampley, Akesse Brempong, Agya Koo Nimo, Pioneer and the Late Danny Nettey.