Transitioning From Secular to Gospel Music Has Not Been Easy – Kesse

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By Naliaka Kitui

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Award-winning gospel artiste Micheal Kesse Frimpong popularly known by his stage name as Kesse has said that his journey to transition from doing secular music to gospel music has been a rough one.

The sensational gospel musician is currently promoting his fourth gospel song dubbed “Oluwadara” in which he has featured Belac 360 and produced by Vibehouse. According to the highly talented vocalist Kesse, it was not his personal decision to switch from doing secular music to gospel music, but a spiritual call from God.

“What triggered my turn to do gospel music is the spirit of God. It wasn’t my personal decision, and yes it’s not that easy to do the work of God but all I can say is that it has been good thus far,” he said.

When asked about his latest song “Oluwadara” he answered that the song simply talks about the goodness of God. The song praises God how sufficient he can be when one gets to know Him on a personal level. It is also an inspirational song that encourages people to always trust in God.

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“Oluwadara is a song that talks about the goodness of God. It’s a Nigerian language, Yuroba to be precise.The song talks about how good God can be when you get to know Him more. It is also an inspirational song to inspire people to not lose hope and then know that God has times and seasons in His hands,” he stated.

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