Ghanaian Gospel Musician and Evangelist, Diana Asamoah says, she really likes listening to reggae music because she draws inspiration from them and it boosts her to write her songs.
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The Evangelist said she like listening to Bob Marley’s songs how the lyrics of Bob Marley has impacted her music career. In an interview on Kingdom FM, she said there are lots of noisy songs alongside throwing of shades and the use of juju even in the gospel genre but Reggae music is really sensible and are free from profane languages and insults.
“I listen to reggae music and especially Bob Marley to pick lyrics that shape the gospel songs I write. Gospel music has to do with speaking about God and I believe most reggae songs speak about God and talk about good things,”
Source – Gh Reporter
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