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FORGET WHAT THEY ARE SAYING, I’M STILL A GOSPEL ARTISTE — Nii Soul

Ghanaian singer, Nii Soul, formerly known by his stage name as Joe has insisted that his craft still permeates within the corridors of gospel music and nothing else.

The former Mentor and Project Fame participant was forced to issue this statement after people started questioning his credibility for featuring Prince Bright of BukBak fame on his latest single, Mata.

He clarified his position in a new interview with Graphic Showbiz saying; “featuring a secular artiste on my song doesn’t mean I have gone back doing that kind of music. I am still a gospel artiste.

“When I have a song and I want to feature an artiste, I pray to God for direction and that is what I did with Mata. Prince Bright of Buk Bak was the person I was directed to work with when I prayed about my project so I featured him on the song.

“Nothing has changed about me. I am still Nii Soul who decided to follow God after tasting the world and I have no regrets. In fact, I still lead worship every Sunday at The Synagogue Church of All Nations in Lagos. Recently I performed Joe Mettle’s Kadosh and Bo Noo Ni  in church and it was awesome”, he added.

Talking about what he has been up to, Nii Soul said he was coming up with an album next month. “I have released two singles from my album—Wahala No Dey Finish and Mata which are doing well in some churches in Lagos where I currently reside.

“The album, titled Forecast Into The Past, is scheduled for release on December 12 and I know Ghanaians, Nigerians and the world will love it. It is made up of very beautiful songs” he told Graphic Showbiz.

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